Drink coffee to reduce cancer risk
Fill your cup more often and you’ll significantly lower your likelihood of getting bowel cancer
Whether you take it short, long, black, with milk, with cream or decaf, drinking more coffee can reduce your risk of developing cancer, according to a new study from the University of Southern California (USC). Researchers tracked the coffee-drinking habits of more than 9,000 people and found that the more coffee subjects drank, the less likely they were to develop bowel (or colorectal) cancer. This was the case even when other lifestyle factors, such as family history, diet, physical activity and smoking were factored in. Better stick the kettle on.