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New Study: Drinking Coffee May Cut Risk Of Chronic Liver Disease

If you are already on your second or third cup of coffee today – go ahead, have another.

A new study from the University of Southampton and the University of Edinburgh found drinking caffeinated and decaffeinated coffee was associated with a reduced risk of developing chronic liver disease.

Scientists found that drinking up to 4 cups of coffee a day cut the risk of chronic liver disease by 21% and dropped the risk of death from liver disease by nearly 50%.

How many cups of coffee do you normally have per day? Describe your perfect – can’t have it any other way – cup of coffee.

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