Drinking Four Cups of Coffee a Day Could Protect Against Oral Cancer

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Regular coffee drinkers are less likely to develop oral cancers.

Researchers found regular coffee drinkers were 39 per cent less likely to develop oral and pharynx cancers than those who didn’t drink coffee.  It follows a similar study by Japanese scientists who tracked patients’ drinking habits for 13 years and who found those downing at least one cup a day were much less likely to get tumours than those who hardly ever drank coffee.