Caffeine might help people with heart troubles, research says

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Review suggests coffee and tea drinkers might have lower risk of developing cardiac arrhythmias

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Drinking coffee and tea every day may actually benefit people with heart troubles.

New research has linked caffeine consumption from the two popular drinks to decreased rates of arrhythmias, or abnormal heart rhythms.

Related: Three coffees a day linked to a range of health benefits

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