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Heart attack: Survivors can ward off another attack by drinking coffee, researchers say

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People without a history of heart attacks, who consumed one or more cups of coffee per day, had approximately a 14 percent lower risk of all-cause mortality compared to non-coffee drinkers.

This study was observational in nature, meaning the researchers couldn’t determine why coffee drinking led to a reduction in deaths.

These results were published in the American Stroke Association journal in February 2021.

Further research is needed to understand how coffee could help reduce cardiovascular risk.



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