A new study has linked coffee and vision problems, according to a Friday report.
Yahoo.com said the Harvard study found a connection between men and women who drank three or more cups of coffee each day and an increased chance of developing exfoliation glaucoma.
Exfoliation glaucoma is an eye disorder that can lead to loss of vision, according to the article.
The study reportedly found that those who drank three or more cups of coffee each day were 34-percent more likely to develop the disorder than those who do not drink coffee.
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