October 2004 Issue

Coffee: Unexpected Perks From a Seemingly Guilty Pleasure

Four out of five Americans regularly drink coffee; nearly half indulge daily. But for years, coffee has endured a shady reputation primarily because of caffeine, a central nervous system stimulant. But coffee also contains components that newer research suggests may actually be beneficial.

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