Newly-published study shows correlation between coffee consumption and reduced risk of symptomatic coronavirus.
A newly-published study has shown that drinking one cup of coffee per day may reduce a person's chance of contracting COVID-19, Israel Hayom reported.
The study, which included 40,000 participants, was conducted last year by researchers at Illinois' Northwestern University and examined the participants' daily routines and eating habits.
Though the study did not prove causation, those who drank one or more cups of coffee per day were 10% less likely to show symptoms of coronavirus than those who did not drink coffee daily. In addition, the more coffee a person drank each day, the lower his risk was.... Read More: Arutz-7