The Huffington Post by Nancy Maleki

Friday, April 4, 2014

A few cups of coffee every day may provide more than a boost to get through the day.  That hot brew may also save lives, at least among a subset of people with cirrhosis of the liver, new research suggests.

Researchers have found that people with cirrhosis of the liver (scarring of the liver that reduces liver function) caused by non-viral hepatitis were less likely to die if they drank at least one cup of coffee every day.

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