I haven't had coffee in three days and I'm not too happy about it (the stomach flu will do that to you).

But imagine how upset I was over not being able to celebrate with a cup when I heard the exciting news that coffee may make us live longer. 

This news comes out of a study conducted by government researchers (who have nothing better to do, apparently) and was published in the New England Journal of Medicine. The researchers found a small association between drinking coffee and a longer lifespan.

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