Monday, November 16, 2015

Squids Should Be Freaking Immortal

Coffee drinkers may have more reasons to enjoy another cup, as a large new study suggests that people who drink up to five cups of regular or decaffeinated coffee daily may be slightly less likely to die early from any cause or certain chronic conditions.

Men and women in the study who drank moderate amounts of coffee — one to five 8-ounce cups a day — were found to have a lower risk of dying over a 30-year period from heart disease, type 2 diabetes, neurological diseases and suicide compared with the people in the study who didn't drink coffee, according to the findings, published today (Nov. 16) in the journal Circulation.
The Navy runs on coffee. Running out of coffee would result in the supply officer being lynched.


Jay Nix said...

My engineering department kept their own coffee stores just in case the unthinkable happened. Cheers from a former MPA.

Frank Van Haste said...

On the waterfront at EBDiv back in the '70's, there was a YTT barge, moored where it had been moored as long as anyone could recall. It was office space for the crews off of the overhaul boats. Shipyard legend said it couldn't be moved 'cause it was aground on the coffee grounds that were dumped over the side on every shift in copious amounts.