Study links coffee, green tea consumption to lower stroke risk

03/17/2013 | United Press International · PhysiciansBriefing.com

People who drank at least one cup of coffee or at least two cups of green tea per day had a 32% lower risk of intracerebral hemorrhage compared with people who rarely drank either beverage, according to a study published in Stroke: Journal of the American Heart Association. Researchers looked at the drinking habits of more than 80,000 adults in Japan and found that those who drank at least one cup of coffee or two to three cups of green tea daily were 20% and 14% less likely, respectively, to suffer a stroke.

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