Caffeine consumption in older women seems to reduce risk of dementia

This coffee from Lavender Valley Farm in Chapman Valley might be just what the doctor ordered. 

This coffee from Lavender Valley Farm in Chapman Valley might be just what the doctor ordered. 

From the Washington Post:

A new study suggests a significant relationship between caffeine and dementia prevention, although it stops short of establishing cause and effect.
The study, published in the Journals of Gerontology, Series A: Biological Sciences and Medical Sciences, found that higher caffeine intake in women 65 and older was associated with reduced odds of developing dementia or cognitive impairment.

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