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Choi et al1 describe an association between moderate coffee consumption and lower prevalence of subclinical coronary atherosclerosis. This is consistent with a growing body of evidence that supports this finding. A similar, large prospective study of over 400 000 participants demonstrated that coffee consumption was inversely associated with both total and cause-specific mortality, specifically …
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