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A new study suggests that habitual coffee drinking was not linked with an increased risk of cardiac arrhythmias.An adjusted analysis in the study, including over 300,000 individuals, noted that every additional cup of coffee intake was tied to a 3% decreased risk of incident arrhythmia. Genetic differences that affect caffeine metabolism did not seem to have a significant impact on the odds of arrhythmias, noted the study published in JAMA Internal Medicine.Researchers assessed data from the UK ...
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