, alzheimer's disease
, coffee study
Categories: Health Stuff
Is there anything coffee can’t do? Studies have shown that the popular caffeinated beverage can reduce a woman’s chance of stroke, reduce the risk of breast cancer, and help women perform better in stressful situations. And according to a new study, coffee might also help ward off Alzheimer’s disease.
"We found that caffeinated coffee has some rather astounding additions to caffeine that provide protection against cognitive impairment,” said lead co-author Gary Arendash of the Florida Alzheimer's Disease Research Center.