Coffee drinkers have something to celebrate about; they actually live longer! According to The New York Times, a study has concluded that coffee drinkers have a lower mortality rate than those who do not consume the beverage.
The very detailed study — conducted by the Harvard School of Public Health — followed a group of 20,000 nurses and doctors over the course of 30 years. Throughout the three decades, they received regular check ups, and participated in several questionnaires about their behavior, coffee consumption, and diet.
From fancy latte concoctions to a cheap cup of joe to the perfect coffee made right in your home, Americans — especially millennials— love coffee so much that caffeine has become one of the most popular drugs in the country. So, whether you drink the strongest coffee in the world, the flavor of the season, or just plain black, caffeine lovers are likely to be pleased with the new findings.