Regularly drinking coffee cuts risk of Dementia


A new study suggests that older women who drink two to three cups of coffee daily are at lower risk of dementia and other forms of cognitive impairment.


Researchers have long suggested that caffeine present in coffee, tea, and cola has cognitive benefits.

The potential protective effect of caffeine occurs through the blockade of adenosine receptors whose expression and function is deflected with both normal aging and age-related pathology.