Study: Caffeinated coffee doesn't deserve bad rep

11/17/2005 | CBS News

New research showing slightly higher levels of a protein linked with heart disease among people who drink decaffeinated coffee compared with caffeinated-coffee drinkers and nondrinkers indicates there's probably no health risk in drinking caffeinated over decaffeinated coffee.

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