Drinking coffee reduces risk of developing oral cancer
When it comes to coffee, there's been good news and there's been bad news. Some good news revolves around studies that have shown the aromatic beans help control symptoms of Parkinson's disease and reduces the risk of diabetes. On the flip side, studies have also shown that drinking that morning cup of joe can lead to blindness. Now there is more good news. A new study, published online in the American Journal of Epidemiology has found that drinking your coffee may be lowering your risk for oral and pharyngeal cancers.
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