A study in Clinical Nutrition found that adults who drink six or more cups of coffee per day over the long term have higher amount of lipids in their blood -- which contributes to a higher risk of cardiovascular disease -- compared with those who drank less coffee. The findings, based on data from 362,571 adults, may be of particular clinical importance to individuals with high cholesterol, the researchers said.
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