Drinking Coffee (or Tea) Lowers Risk of Dementia

Are you kidding — give me another cuppa!
No I’m not kidding. This is the result of a study, just published, by Zhang et al.

But how good was this study?
Always a good question to ask — well, this analysed data from a cohort of 365,682 aged between 50 and 74!

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