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Coffee new effect


The risk of depression lowers by up to 20% with increased caffeinated coffee consumption, a study of more than 50,000 US women has found.

The 50,739 women with an average age of 63 and who were free of depression at baseline in 1996, were found to have 15% less chance of developing depressive symptoms if they drank two or three cups per day.

Thos who drank four cups of caffeinated coffee per day were 20% less likely to develop depressive symptoms.

Consumption of decaffeinated coffee was not linked to reduced levels of depression.