Are coffee drinkers actually healthier than drinkers who don’t drink the stuff?


In a new study, researchers found that coffee drinkers are less likely to suffer from the common cold than people who don�t drink the coffee.

The study found that participants who drank coffee had lower risks of developing the common symptoms of the common disease, including fever, cough, runny nose and runny eyes.

The researchers said that the finding suggests that coffee consumption is linked to fewer symptoms of a common cold, rather than a better cold prevention strategy.

They also found that people who drank the coffee had a lower risk of having any of the symptoms associated with the common flu.

Dr. Michael W. Dickey, a professor of medicine and microbiology at the University of Pennsylvania, who led the study, said that he hopes that the findings could lead to new guidelines for coffee drinking that could lower the risk of getting a cold. 

The researchers said the study found the connection between coffee consumption and the common condition was stronger for people who had already been diagnosed with the flu than for people with mild or moderate symptoms. 

Dr. Dandy told the Associated Press that while he had hoped to find a relationship between coffee and the flu, the study did not find such a connection. 

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