Compared with uncaffeinated women, those who drank the equivalent of four or more cups of coffee a day are more likely to drink alcohol and smoke cigarettes and less likely to volunteer their time in church or community groups. But a new study finds that
Study shows drinking coffee decreases risk of depression for women By heather may The Salt Lake Tribune Published Sep 26, 2011 07:46PM MDT Could a few cups of joe water down the blues? A new study from Harvard released Monday suggests that the more coffee
Coffee has been getting a lot of good press lately as evidence grows of its protective effects against strokes, diabetes, and Parkinson's disease, and another new study will likely make coffee drinkers even happier.
We all know that coffee can give you that extra jolt when you need an energy boost. Caffeine is the world's most widely used stimulant of the nervous system, but can it also help to chase away depression?
A Harvard School of Public Health study of more than 50,000 nurses suggests the more caffeine they drank, the less likely they were to be diagnosed with depression. Researchers are calling for more study on why this might be.