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Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation - Stanford Medical Center Report

A chronic inflammatory process that occurs in some, but not all, older people may trigger cardiovascular problems, a new Stanford study shows. Part of the solution might be found in a cup of coffee. Jan 16 2017. Man standing in front of kids on a swing ...and more »

Why might coffee drinkers live longer? Study sheds light - Medical News Today

Coffee drinkers may live longer. This has been the conclusion of numerous studies during recent years. Now, researchers believe that they may have uncovered one of the mechanisms underlying this association. [A cup of coffee and a bag of coffee beans ...and more »

Caffeine may be able to block inflammation, new research says - The Verge

Caffeine may be able to tamp down the inflammation that worsens with age, according to a study that investigated caffeine's effects on immune cells. It's a correlational study, but it's one that dives into how caffeine could be affecting the immune ...and more »

Cup of Joe Could Fight Age-Related Inflammation - Live Science

The difference could come down to just a few cups of coffee a day, study co-author and Stanford University professor of microbiology and immunology Mark Davis told Live Science. The study's findings may explain why coffee drinkers tend to live longer ...and more »

Can coffee perk up heart health, too? - Medical Xpress

The caffeine in your morning cup of joe may do more than jolt you awake—it may also help dampen the type of inflammation that's linked to heart disease risk factors, a new study suggests. Researchers found that an inflammatory mechanism was dialed up ...and more »

Stanford boffins find 'correlation between caffeine consumption and longevity' - The Register

A cup of tea, coffee or even a mocha could extend your life, new research shows. The Stanford University research published in the journal Nature reveals how a cuppa can directly combat underlying chronic inflammatory processes, particularly in older ...and more »

How Your Morning Coffee Might Slow Down Aging - TIME

To the age-old question “Is coffee bad for you?”, researchers are in more agreement than ever that the answer is a resounding “no.” A new study published in the journal Nature Medicine found that older people with low levels of inflammation — which ...and more »

Drink for your heart: Caffeine may counter age-related inflammation, cardiovascular disease - Scope (blog)

More than 90 percent of all noncommunicable diseases of aging are associated with chronic inflammation. And more than 1,000 papers have provided evidence that chronic inflammation contributes to many cancers, Alzheimer's disease and other dementias ...and more »

Coffee Lovers Might Live Longer, Healthier Lives - Huffington Post

Caffeine might help fight systemic inflammation in older adults, according to research published in the journal Nature Medicine. This could explain why coffee drinkers tend to live longer than non-coffee drinkers, since research suggests inflammation ...and more »

Drinking a Cup of Coffee Daily May Help You Live Longer - NDTV

Coffee lovers, we've got good news for you! A new study claims that drinking a cup of coffee everyday may help you live longer than those who don't drink coffee. Researchers at the Stanford University School of Medicine in the US have unearthed a ...and more »