Coffee has liver health benefits according to university report

A report from Southampton University in the UK says that while coffee won't reverse cirrhosis of the liver, it can help protect coffee drinkers from the disease

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 WASHINGTON, Feb. 21, 2016 – After a night of even moderate drinking, there is a toll on our bodies.  We are more sluggish, of course, but there is also the long-term health damage that nearly any amount of regular alcohol use has on our liver.

A research team from Southampton University in the UK has published a report that says that morning joe could bring with it welcome health benefits for drinkers. Samantha Olson from Medical Daily reports:

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