July 1999 Issue
Coffee May Cut Risk Of Painful Gallstones
Drinking a cup or two...or three...of coffee a day may reduce your risk of developing gallstones, a painful condition that affects over 20 million Americans. Harvard researchers tracked 46,000 middle-aged men with no gallstones. Those who reported drinking two to three cups of regular coffee a day were 40% less likely to show symptoms of gallstones over the next 10 years than those who didn't drink regular coffee. Filtered, instant and espresso coffee
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