Drinking several cups of coffee a day could halve the risk of suicide in men and women, scientists from Harvard suggest
In a study published by the Word Journal of Biological Pyschiatry, researchers analysed the caffeine consumption of more than 200,000 people spanning a period of nearly 20 years.
They found that, for both men and women, those who took in 400mg of the stimulant a day – the equivalent of two to three cups of coffee – were statistically 50 per cent less likely to commit suicide. Read more
Monday, July 29, 2013
Harvard Scientists Say Coffee Could Halve the Risk of Suicide
Harvard scientists say coffee could halve risk of suicide. A study spanning two decades and surveying 200,000 men and women suggests a protective effect of caffeine.