According to a new study, coffee drinkers are more likely to live longer. And, it doesn't matter if it's regular or decaf.
Researchers found that each cup of coffee per day nudged up the chances of living longer.
Unfortunately, coffee drinkers are also more likely to smoke, drink more alcohol, eat more red meat and exercise less than non-coffee-drinkers, so those chances of living longer end up getting nudged back down again.
So, if you're a coffee drinker and you can cut out all the other bad stuff, you're in great shape. (Fox News)
How much pain would you suffer if you had to go without caffeine for one week straight? Have you ever tried it? What happened?