Genes determine coffee heart risk


Drinking large amounts of coffee each day could increase the risk of heart attack for people with a particular genetic profile, a study has suggested. In a study conducted by the Journal of the American Medical Association, those who were slow at breaking down caffeine were 64% more likely to suffer a cardiac arrest.

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