Each weekend I received headlines from studyfinds.org. I love this website because they are excellent at quickly analyzing medical studies and cutting to the chase with their data. On Valentine’s Day, I received a dozen or more study results and these two were included;
Drinking caffeine while pregnant can lead to brain changes, behavioral issues in children
The growing list of things women are being advised to avoid during pregnancy is getting a little longer. Although doctors usually recommend women limit caffeine intake while with child, researchers from the University of Rochester Medical Center (URMC) say any amount might be too much.
Drinking 3 cups of coffee daily slashes heart attack, stroke risk by a third — but don’t switch to decaf
There’s good news for people who love to start their day with a hot cup of coffee. New research from the American Heart Association finds drinking more coffee every day can dramatically cut a person’s risk for heart failure.
So, every 24-year-old woman should immediately begin drinking 3 cups of coffee each day to cut their risk of heart disease…unless they happen to be pregnant. In that case, stop drinking coffee immediately. I’m so lost.
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