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Byrd Alzheimer’s Institute researchers report in the online edition of the peer reviewed journal Neuroscience, that caffeine intake equal to five cups of coffee a day for humans protects mice against memory impairments and reduces Alzheimer’s pathology in brains. The research follows an earlier study that hinted that caffeine might protect humans against Alzheimer’s.

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The latest buzz on coffee and health is that drinking one to three cups of coffee per day might help save postmenopausal women’s hearts.

A 15-year study published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition shows fewer deaths from heart disease or other non-cancerous inflammatory diseases among postmenopausal women who reported drinking at least one to three daily cups of coffee.

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