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Two new large studies suggest it might have been coffee that bubbled from the fountain of youth.
Both studies, one conducted in the U.S., one across 10 European countries, found that people who drank even a single cup of coffee a day — decaf and/or caffeinated — lived longer than people who didn’t drink any coffee.
The effects were modest; compared with non-coffee drinkers, those who quaffed the most in the U.S. study, four or more cups a day, had an 18% lower risk of dying by its end. But given that half of U.S. ad…
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