coffee-cancer

The study included 179,890 men and women of varying races, including Japanese Americans, African Americans, Latinos, Native
Plus, coffee can be unhealthful for some men, particularly those with hypertension, because of the stimulant effect of the
For more healthy reasons to drink coffee, click through the slideshow: Researchers found a link between drinking more caffeinated
The benefits of coffee can extend beyond what the studies show, to the psychological, societal and cultural benefits of the world's most popular beverage.
"These results really suggest that it is the caffeine in coffee that is responsible for the decreased risk of basal cell
The study included 42,659 people who participated in the European Prospective Investigation into Cancer and Nutrition (EPIC
According to a Harvard University study, "Women who consumed four or more cups of coffee had 25 percent lower risk of endometrial cancer than those who consumed less than one cup per day." I admit, I was skeptical when I first saw headlines about this study.
Oh, coffee. The a.m. savior, dispenser of energy and the reason why many of us are able to get through the first parts of
"It does suggest that there is something in caffeine that may have a specific effect on the pathway for BCC development," said
So what it is it about this beloved beverage that helps stave off cancer in men? Not the caffeine; the effects were the same