The benefits of coffee
In 2020, The New England Journal of Medicine published an article that stated that coffee drinkers are a little more likely to live longer.
Wikipedia also has a lengthy list of recent discoveries about the health effects of coffee. It is an extensive article, but a few of the many listed benefits are reduced risk of Alzheimer's disease and Dementia, reduced risk of gallstone disease, reduced risk of Parkinson's disease, and increased cognitive performance.
But that's not the best benefit. The best advantage of coffee is that people like it, and it makes them feel good!
The story of Hard Bean
"Life is too short to drink bad coffee"
"I've loved coffee since I was a child. Even as a kid, I always preferred a dark roast. I remember going to the grocery to pick out different beans for my family to enjoy.
Arriving in Seattle as the city's reputation for coffee was taking off, I would visit Starbucks and Stuart Brothers every week to find fresh and exciting beans. (They were just roasters back then - no coffee drinks yet.) I told my friends "back east" that they should open a coffee shop; no one did. So when I moved back to Pennsylvania, I opened my own.
Well, I'm glad I took my advice; I opened nine kiosks in six months. When people saw my success, they asked me to help them open their own, and Hard Bean was born. Now, thirty years later, the rest is history." - Scott Bortz, Founder Of Hard Bean.