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A study by Finland's National Public Health Institute suggests that consumption of coffee can reduce the likelihood of developing diabetes.

According to the researchers, men who drank between three and four cups of coffee a day reduced the risk of diabetes by 27 percent, and women reduced the chance of developing diabetes by 29 percent. Men who drank as much as ten cups of coffee a day reduced their risk of diabetes by 55 percent, and women by 79 percent.

The scientists said they're not exactly sure why this is, and suggested that more research is necessary.
KC's View:
On mornings like these, stories like this warm our heart.

We're gonna pour another cup.