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Study: Coffee lowers depression risk in women

Researchers at Harvard found women who drink two to three cups of caffeinated coffee every day lower their risk of depression by 15 percent. If you drink four or more cups, your risk drops by 20 percent.
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Researchers at Harvard found women who drink two to three cups of caffeinated coffee every day lower their risk of depression by 15 percent. If you drink four or more cups, your risk drops by 20 percent.

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