11 Feb '11, 2am

A study of 3,000 S'poreans discovered 'no detrimental factor' to coffee drinking

A study of 3,000 S'poreans discovered 'no detrimental factor' to coffee drinking

Mr Goh Kim Tee, 64, making a cup of coffee at a coffeeshop in Toa Payoh. The study of 3,000 people here found 'no detrimental factor' to coffee drinking across all the races. -- ST PHOTO: WANG HUI FEN COFFEE can actually be good for you, says a new study of coffee drinkers here, the latest to challenge the belief that its benefits are murky. The study of 3,000 people in Singapore discovered 'no detrimental factor' to coffee drinking. And this was the case for all the races here. Read the full story in Friday's edition of The Straits Times.

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