Bioethics, longevity, research

Coffee, again

In June, LifeEthics reported that coffee drinkers are likely to live longer – or are at least less likely to die of heart disease.

Today, a new study on Swedes and Finns reports that 3 to 5 cups of coffee (I drink nearly a quart a day) when middle aged (I am) decreased the chances of Alzheimer’s dementia by 60 to 65%.

Not only will I live forever, I’ll know it!

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3 thoughts on “Coffee, again

  1. >Too bad they chose illustrate the story with a stock photo of cigarette smoker with a cup of coffee…. but wait, isn't there evidence that smoking helps prevent Alzheimer's, too.I'll take my coffee without cigs, thank you

    Posted by Anonymous | January 28, 2009, 5:20 pm
  2. >A quart of coffee a day? Are you serious?If I drank that much, you would have to peel me off the ceiling.

    Posted by kurt9 | January 28, 2009, 7:03 pm
  3. >Hey, a quart's not even a full pot. And it works great to treat my ADHD.

    Posted by | January 29, 2009, 2:12 am

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