- July 29, 2013
-- The researchers say that coffee drinking relates to the lower suicide rates. Scientists from the Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) exposed the data from the three large US studies. This study involved 73,820 women in the Nurses’
Health Study (NHS) and 43,599 men who involved in the Health Professionals Follow-up Study (HPFS) and 91,005 women in the NHS II. The research investigated about the intake of caffeine coffee and decaffeinated coffee. The deaths from suicide were analyzed by physician review of death certificates in the every four years through food regularity questionnaires. During the study period in there were deaths as 277 as an effect of suicide. The amount of caffeine utilization was reviewed from both non-coffee and coffee sources Including tea, caffeinated soft drinks and chocolate. Researchers stated that the main stuff is the coffee in all the three studies and accounting for a minimum of 71 percent. Final results show that those who drank 2 to 4 cups of coffee every day got lower suicide thoughts and its risks in adults while compared to those who drank decaffeinated coffee or very little or no coffee. Other findings by them revealed that those who drank 2 to 3 cups of coffee every day or those who drank more than 4 cups have no huge variations in the suicide risks in between them but this may lead to a very little number of suicides in these classes. Health tips and pictures with digital printing on T-shirts and jerseys are available at (http://www.99tshirts.com
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