Caffeinated Coffee May Help Protect Against Alzheimer's

Although recent studies have shown that large amounts of caffeine intake can help prevent or delay symptoms of Alzheimer's disease, this may be true to caffeinated coffee – drip coffee, not instant coffee - and not necessarily other caffeine drinks according to experiments conducted on mice by researchers.

While researchers at this point couldn’t determine the exact reason to this phenomenon, the findings of the study are said to be the first provided evidence that caffeinated coffee – rather than other caffeinated drinks - may protect human against Alzheimer's disease.

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Nov 28, 2011
More Health Benefits of Coffee to Women
by: Anonymous

According to a newly reported study, coffee may as well reduce women's risk of endometrial cancer, thus cancer in the uterus. Check out: 4 cups of coffee a day may reduce women's risk of endometrial cancer.html.

Sep 27, 2011
Caffeinated Coffee and Depression
by: Anonymous

Also see this report on a study that somen who drink more caffeinated coffee are at smaller risk of getting depressed. Does caffeinated coffee serve as an anti depressant?

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