Coffee might not raise risk for high blood pressure, study says

04/21/2011 | Reuters

A meta-analysis of six studies involving more than 170,000 people found those who consumed more than five cups of coffee daily were just as likely to be diagnosed with high blood pressure as those who drank very little. The study in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition found people who drank one to three cups daily were slightly more likely to have high blood pressure compared with those who drank less, but researchers couldn't explain the findings.

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