Perk Up! Good News for Coffee Lovers

New information suggests coffee does not dehydrate.
3:00 | 01/09/14

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Here, tonight, we have new research about an ongoing issue in this country, in a nation of coffee drinkers. Is coffee good for you? Or bad for you? Do you need water on the side? And how much coffee crosses a line? Here's abc's linsey davis. Reporter: For so many, that morning cup of coffee, essential. But for as long as you can remember, you've likely heard from your mother, doctor, or a fitness guru, that your cup of joe will leave you dehydrated. What have you heard about coffee, as far as like the downfall of it? The negative potential of coffee? The negatives, being jittery. Dependency and also dehydrating. I would say drinking coffee that i love with java, sticking with that limit may be easier said than done. Linsey davis, abc news, new york.

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