Caffeine might stave off diabetes-induced memory loss

Long-term caffeine intake curbed weight gain and blood glucose and prevented memory loss in mice with type 2 diabetes, according to a Portuguese study in PLoS. However, researchers said the dose found to be effective is excessive, and they do not recommend that people drink eight cups of coffee daily.

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