Coffee, tea consumption linked to lower physical frailty in older age

Those who have four cups of joe a day have lower chance of frailty in later life, as do tea drinkers, authors say.
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Higher consumption of coffee and tea at midlife is associated with a reduced likelihood of physical frailty in late life, a study shows.

Researchers from the National University of Singapore assessed health data of more than 12,500 participants in the Singapore Chinese Health Study.