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Scientists SUGGEST USING COFFEE AS 'THERAPEUTIC AGENT'

Two cups of coffee a day keep deadly liver cirrhosis at bay

By Ben BOUCKLEY

Scientists say coffee could be used to treat liver cirrhosis, after finding that drinking two or more cups per day cut death risk by 66% among Chinese subjects when the disease was caused by non-viral hepatitis.

Coffee to the rescue

Coffee to the rescue

So can coffee be good for you? Recently published research
indicates that the beverage can protect against liver cirrhosis, a
life threatening illness associated with excessive alcohol
consumption.

Wine has dangers too

Wine has dangers too

Yesterday we reported on a major study to investigate a potential
cancer drug based on red wine compounds. However there is also
evidence to show that wine can have harmful effects. Researchers in
France report that heavy wine drinkers...

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