Coffee can help lower risk of heart failure
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That morning cup of coffee could be doing more than getting you going, it may help your heart too.
A new study from the American Heart Association shows two eight-ounce cups of coffee a day lowers the risk for heart failure by 11 percent. They think it's because coffee lowers the risk for diabetes.
But before you start chugging coffee, researchers warn four cups a day seems to weaken protections and five cups could be dangerous.