Coffee reduces the risk of heart attack and stroke

The American Heart Association found that drinking coffee can reduce the risk of heart disease and stroke. The results of the study are published on the EurekAlert website.

Scientists have learned that each additional drunk a cup of coffee a week reduces the risk of heart attack by seven percent, and a stroke by eight percent.

The specialists came to this conclusion with the help of machine learning, using the long-term Framingham study, which includes information about the diet of people and the state of their cardiovascular system.

Then, scientists compared the data obtained by machine learning with the data of traditional analyzes and found a link between coffee consumption and low risk of heart attack and stroke.

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