Science is once again supporting the health benefits of your daily coffee fix.

Drinking at least one cup of coffee a day could reduce your risk of heart failure, and more coffee is linked with even lower risk, according to a study published February 9 in Circulation: Heart Failure, a journal of the American Heart Association. 

Researchers looked at data from three studies, including 21,000 adult participants over at least 10 years of follow up. They found that each cup of caffeinated coffee participants drank a day was linked to 5% to 12% lower risk of heart failure, compared to participants who didn't drink coffee. That was true for up to three cups of coffee a day, the research found. 

Decaf coffee wasn't linked to the same benefits and in fact, one study found that it was linked to a higher risk of heart failure. 

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