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Study: Drinking coffee doesn't raise the risk of death | Food Dive

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Cathy Siegner July 5, 2018

A new study by U.S. cancer researchers found that drinking coffee — even as much as eight cups per day — does not increase the risk of death, according to MarketWatch. Instant and decaf coffee showed a lower correlation with death than ground coffee, they noted, most likely because ground coffee has higher levels of certain chemicals.

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