Wednesday, March 08, 2006

Genetic variant raises heart attack risk from coffee

This story has really been making the rounds the last couple of days:

People with a gene variant that causes slow metabolism of caffeine have a sharply elevated risk of a non-fatal heart attack if they drink large amounts of coffee, according to researchers here.

—Mellow Monk


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