coffee drinkers are less likely to die from some of the top causes of death in women: coronary heart disease, stroke, diabetes and renal disease.

Coffee drinkers are less likely to develop type 2 diabetes, according to studies.

Coffee may help prevent heart failure, when a weaker heart can't pump enough blood to the body.

Caffeine may assist those with Parkinson's disease better control their movements.

Regular and decaf coffee protect the liver. Coffee consumers have healthier liver enzyme levels, according to research.

Dark roast coffee reduces DNA breakage, which can lead to cancer if not repaired by cells.

Colon cancer affects 1 in 23 women. Decaf and frequent coffee consumers were 26% less likely to acquire colorectal cancer.

Two-thirds of Alzheimer's patients are women. Two glasses of coffee may prevent the disease.Two to three cups of coffee a day reduced the risk of dementia in women 65 and older.

One cup of coffee a day lowers women's stroke risk, the fourth biggest cause of death.

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