An analysis published in BMJ Open showed people who drank two to nine cups of coffee per day had a 9% lower risk of developing prostate cancer than those who consumed fewer than two cups or none per day. The findings, based on data from 16 studies with more than 1 million male participants, showed the risk of developing prostate cancer further dropped by 1% for each additional cup of coffee per day.
Higher coffee intake tied to lower prostate cancer risk
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