A Cup Of Coffee A Day Keeps Stroke Risk Away In Females

A new research said that having more than a cup of coffee daily is associated to a 22 to 25 percent lower stroke risk.

The study also said that low or no coffee intake is linked with an augmented stroke risk.

The research, which has been conducted on 34,670 females aged between 49 to 83 years, discovered this after the scientists followed the study partakers for an average 10.4 years.

They detected that females who consumed more than a cup of coffee daily witnessed their stroke threat declined by between 20 to 25% as compared to those who consumed little or none.
Scientists at the Karolinska Institute in Sweden, who conducted the research, have also detected evidence that intake of more than a cup of coffee on a daily basis can help avoid diabetes as well as liver cancer in females.

Study's lead researcher Dr. Susanna Larsson stated, "Some women've avoided coffee because they thought it is unhealthy. In fact, evidence indicates moderate consumption may decrease the risk of diabetes, liver cancer and possibly stroke."

"Even small amounts of coffee may reduce the risk of stroke," Dr. Susanna added.

The outcomes of the research have been released in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association.


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