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Coffee: A Cup a Day Keeps Heart Failure Away

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Author Clinical Advisor | Publish Date March 1, 2021

Increased coffee intake was linked to a reduced risk of developing heart failure and stroke later in life, according to an analysis of 3 large epidemiologic studies published in Circulation: Heart Failure.1 In one of those studies ­– the Framingham Heart Study (FHS) – each extra cup of coffee per day reduced the risk of heart failure by 5% and stroke by 6%.1