Coffee May Lower Risk Of Oral Cancer

Coffee may lower risk of oral cancer according to a new study. Drinking 4 or more cups of coffee daily has been linked to a lower chance of dying from upper-throat and mouth cancer by 50%. The study involved approximately 968,000 individuals consuming eight-ounce cups of caffeinated coffee a day. American Cancer Society analyst, Janet Hildebrand said, “we wanted to look at this because there had been a handful of studies that had shown consistently that coffee seems to reduce risk of cancer of the oral cavity.” More here

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