Men who drink at least six or more cups of coffee a day may be cutting their risk for advanced prostate cancer by 60 percent, new research suggests, as reported by HealthDay.
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Editor's Insight: This news will certainly come as a pleasant surprise to the millions of coffee lovers who down six or more cups of coffee a day.
While the study doesn't claim a direct cause and effect link between coffee consumption and lower prostate cancer risk, this report marks the second medical report in two weeks about coffee having cancer fighting qualities. Last week, VendingMarketWatch reported that daily coffee consumption has been linked to lower breast cancer risk.
The health qualities associated with coffee have increased so much that it's not hard to believe that these reports are having some bearing on coffee's popularity. 05-19-11 by Elliot Maras