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New Evidence for Association Between Caffeine Consumption and Lower Diabetes Risk



Coffee may do more than keep us awake; a study led by Dr. Simin Liu, professor of epidemiology at the UCLA Fielding School of Public Health, adds to evidence that the caffeine in one of the world’s most popular beverages may also contribute to better health. Specifically, Liu’s group has provided a new explanation for the association of caffeinated coffee consumption with lower type 2 diabetes risk.