Does Caffeinated Coffee Serve as an Anti Depressant?

Is caffeinated coffee good for your health or bad?

Coffee serves as an energy booster in the short run, but does it benefit your health in the long term?

According to a recent study, coffee may help against depression. At least if you are a woman.

The newly released study found that women who regularly consume 4 or more cups of coffee a day "have a 20 percent lower risk of developing depression," according to a Reuters report.


According to another study, caffeinated coffee may help protect against Alzheimer.

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