National Coffee Day has come and gone, but not without a new study that states people who consume at least four cups a day have a 64 percent lower risk of kicking the bucket at 45. Joe DeRupo of the National Coffee Association, reasons “Coffee is loaded with antioxidants.” Hold on Cuppa Joe. Coffee-guzzling Stitches’...
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