Hallelujah: Drinking caffeine may cut your cancer risk7/2/2012
Great news for java fans and sun worshippers: New research has found that upping the amount of caffeinated coffee you drink could help prevent the risk of developing the most common form of skin cancer, basal cell carcinoma. The study, published in the journal Cancer Research, found that, among the 112,000 men and women surveyed, those who drank more than two cups of coffee per day had a 20 percent lower risk of developing basal cell carcinoma. Other caffeinated refreshments, such as tea, chocolate and cola, also seemed to reduce a person's risk, but alas, drinking decaf coffee won't cut it. So get out there and get your caffeine on
Do you drink more than two cups of coffee a day?