Drinking coffee three times a day halves mortality risk in people living with HIV and hepatitis C

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Joe Morgan writes at Gay Star News:

People who are HIV positive and infected with hepatitis C (HCV) could halve mortality risk by drinking three cups of coffee a day.

When you have both viruses, you’re at risk of end-stage liver disease and greater risk of cardiovascular diseases and cancer.

But for the participants in this study, simple behavioral changes could help to make a huge difference.

In the French study investigating the relationship between drinking coffee and the risk of all-cause mortality in HIV-hepatitis C co-infected patients, it found drinking at least three cups of coffee each day halved the risk of dying.Read more

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