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JAMA on java

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"Habitual" coffee consumption does not lead to an increased risk of hypertension in women, but the condition may be linked to regular soda intake, a prospective cohort study published in the Nov. 9 Journal of the American Medical Association finds. Wolfgang Winkelmayer, MD, Brigham & Women's Hospital, Boston, et al., analyzed data from the Nurses' Health Studies I and II to determine whether a link existed between consumption of caffeinated drinks and hypertension. The data covered 155,594 women "free from physician-diagnosed hypertension," who were followed for 12 years. The authors evaluated caffeine intake recorded on regularly administered questionnaires, finding that both sugared and diet colas were linked to hypertension. The results for consumption of caffeinated tea were "inconclusive"...
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