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Drinking caffeinated coffee can increase calcium loss and reduce calcium absorption, but this is unlikely to significantly impact bone health provided calcium intake is adequate.

Although research has been inconsistent, recent observational studies have found no link between coffee intake and the risk of rheumatoid arthritis (RA). However, drinking caffeinated coffee may interfere with the effectiveness of certain treatments for RA. For more details, read the full answer >>

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Robert21789
December 31, 2020

The benefits of coffee far outweigh the risk according to the Harvard Nurses Health study, I have no financial interest with coffee except that I pay to buy it.

Patricia22207
March 3, 2021

That’s music to my ears!

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