Is coffee good for your heart health?

Drinking two to three cups of coffee daily has been associated with a 10% to 15% lower risk of getting heart disease, heart failure or a heart rhythm problem, or dying early for any reason, according to three research abstracts published Thursday.

Does drinking coffee extend your life?

Can caffeinated drinks reduce heart failure risk?

And while they attributed the reduction in heart failure risk to caffeine consumption, the researchers did not address whether these findings might apply to other caffeinated drinks, such as energy drinks, caffeinated teas, soda or other substances.

Can drinking coffee lower your risk of contracting deadly diseases?

Fox News medical contributor Dr. Janette Nesheiwat provides analysis of a new study published by the Journal of Internal Medicine that says drinking coffee can lower your risk of contracting various deadly diseases on ‘Fox & Friends Weekend.’ NEW You can now listen to Fox News articles!

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