Coffee may decrease uterine cancer risk

09/1/2008 | Australian (tiered subscription model), The

A study of 54,000 women found those who drank more than three cups of coffee a day were 60% less likely to develop uterine cancer than women who had coffee less than twice a week. The Japanese researchers say the coffee might protect women by lowering insulin levels.

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