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Coffee consumption linked to lower risk of COVID-19 infection

Fox News

By Kayla Rivas 

July 12,2021

Regular coffee consumption of at least one cup daily was associated with a lower risk of COVID-19 infection, according to a study.

Researchers with Northwestern University published findings in the Nutrients journal, stemming from an analysis of nearly 40,000 participants in the U.K. Biobank. The team studied participants’ dietary habits in 2006-2010 and hypothesized the subsequent risk of coronavirus infection in 2020. Researchers specifically looked at participants’ consumption of coffee, tea, processed meat, red meat, fruit, vegetables and oily fish.

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