It’s true, heavily caffeinated women don’t get the blues. At least, they don’t get the blues as often as women who are less caffeinated. The Los Angeles Times reports that a recent study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that among a large population of women tracked for as long as 18 years, the women who routinely consumed the highest levels of caffeine were 20 percent less likely than those who drank little to none to become depressed when they were nearing or in their 60s. In fact, the researchers found that the more caffeine a woman drank, the more likely she was to be in good mental health. Read more about the study in the Los Angeles Times.