Researchers found people who drank one to five cups of coffee daily, whether caffeinated, decaffeinated or both, were less likely to die from type 2 diabetes, heart disease, neurological diseases or suicide, but not cancer, compared with those who didn’t drink coffee. The findings in Circulation were based on data from more than 200,000 participants. Death from heart disease, neurological disease and suicide was less common among moderate coffee drinkers than among others, but there was no relationship with deaths from cancer, the researchers found. Circulation, November 16, 2015.