Study Links Drinking Coffee to Reduced Risk of Prostate Cancer

August 11, 2011

A Harvard School of Public Health study that spanned over two decades and included almost 48,000 men found that antioxidants in coffee can help prevent prostate cancer. Even men who drank just a few cups of coffee a day, regular or decaf, were found to have a significantly lower risk of developing prostate cancer. While follow-up studies are necessary to verify the findings, it is nonetheless promising news for male coffee drinkers throughout the world. Read the full article to find out the details behind the study and see the numbers:

Can Drinking Coffee Help Prevent Prostate Cancer?

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