Coffee Linked To Lower Suicide Risk

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Coffee Linked To Lower Suicide Risk

A recent study found that people who drink two to four cups of coffee daily are 50 percent less likely to commit suicide than those who drink fewer than two cups a day, drink decaffeinated coffee, or don’t drink coffee at all. What do you think?

  • “This is going to make the people who say they can’t live without their coffee all the more insufferable.”

    Bruno Conway
    Glass Smoother
  • “Well, yeah, because you get all that negative energy out by killing all those beans.”

    Laurie Klamer
    Public Works Commissioner
  • “If only Kurt Cobain would have sampled some of the fine blends Seattle has to offer.”

    Hank Whitlatch
    Racetrack Attendant