Obviously, readers, coffee is not something I ordinarily write about here on Go-To Girl. But this brand-spanking new study published in the Annals of Internal Medicine that has shown that:
While accounting for other risk factors, such as body size, smoking, diet, and specific diseases, the researchers found that people who drank more coffee were less likely to die during the follow-up period (1980 to 2004 for women and 1986 to 2004 for men). This was mainly because of a lower risk for heart disease deaths among coffee drinkers.Today's post is brought to you by coffee. Now...where is my coffee? No, seriously, where is it?