Monday, January 19, 2009

Midlife Coffee And Tea Drinking May Protect Against Late-life Dementia

ScienceDaily for January 15, 2009 reported on midlife coffee and tea drinking and protection againsty Dementia.
"We aimed to study the association between coffee and tea consumption at midlife and dementia/AD risk in late-life, because the long-term impact of caffeine on the central nervous system was still unknown, and as the pathologic processes leading to Alzheimer's disease may start decades before the clinical manifestation of the disease," says lead researcher, associate professor Miia Kivipelto, from the University of Kuopio, Finland and Karolinska Institutet, Stockholm, Sweden.

1 comment:

MainTour said...

More newsworthy is the recent findings that those new alcohol/caffeine based super energy drinks dramatically increase your chance for various forms of heart disease.