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Coffee Intake May Be Driven by Cardiovascular Symptoms – Medscape

Observational results show those with hypertension, angina, or arrhythmia drink less coffee than those without. That behavior may explain mixed results in studies…



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An examination of coffee consumption habits of almost 400,000 people suggests that those habits are largely driven by a person’s cardiovascular health.
Data from a large population database showed that people with essential hypertension, angina, or cardiac arrhythmias drank less coffee than people who had none of these conditions. When they did drink coffee, it tended to be decaffeinated.
The investigators, led by Elina Hyppönen, PhD, director of the Australian Centre for Precision Health at the…

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