A recent study from the University of South Carolina has shown a positive link between drinking coffee, or tea, reduced risk of MRSA (commonly known as staph). The leader of the study Eric Matheson observed about 5,500 Americans and focused on the 1.5% who tested positive for MRSA within their nose. He found that people who drank either tea or coffee cut their risk of MRSA in half. But, what if they drank coffee and tea? Well, the study found that people who did showed a whopping 67% decrease in risk. Sounds pretty sweet, right? Here's to another reason to continue drinking coffee and tea!