Good brews: Coffee may reduce cancer risk
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Good brews: Coffee may reduce cancer risk

Dr. Talia Henkle
Dr. Talia Henkle

In 10 seconds? Good news for coffee drinkers! Your morning cup of joe might lower your risk for certain cancers. Researchers are looking into coffee’s bioactive properties to understand why.

Really? I’ve been doing something right all these years? Yes! Coffee is one of the world’s most popular beverages. In a time where it seems like almost everything delicious (and addictive) is bad for your health, coffee comes in as a welcome exception. Multiple observational studies suggest that high levels of coffee consumption pose no overall cancer risk, and may even be protective against certain types of cancer!

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