Coffee Reduces Skin Cancer Risks

In the first large-scale study to specifically look at malignant melanoma, the leading cause of skin cancer deaths, researchers at the Journal of the National Cancer Institute found that coffee drinkers who consumed four or more cups per day had a 20% lower risk for developing the affliction than those who drank lesser amounts.

According to the study, the protective benefits of coffee increased as the subjects drank more and more coffee. Decaffeinated coffee, however, did not provide the same protective benefits.

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