Listen up, ladies!
Getting your morning coffee fix may do more than boost your energy.
It could also help you steer clear of depression. That's coming from a new study in the Archives of Internal Medicine.
The study found women who drink two to three cups a day can reduce their chances of getting depression by 15%.
This applies to the caffeinated joe only. Still, there's no proof coffee will completely stop depression.
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