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Monday, December 05, 2005

Al Jazeera Provides Good News for Bad Habits

Al Jazeera took a break from hating the United States to inform us those with serious drinking habits and weight problems benefit greatly from drinking over two cups of coffee each day.
Coffee and tea may reduce the risk of serious liver damage in people who drink too much alcohol, are overweight, or have too much iron in the blood, researchers reported.

The study of nearly 10,000 people showed that those who drank more than two cups of coffee or tea a day developed chronic liver disease at half the rate of those who drank less than one.
Considering I'm at around 6-8 cups per day, I can now quadruple my drinking habit. Thanks Al Jazeera!

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