It seems every week they tell us something nice is bad for us. Good news, then, for cappuccino addicts: coffee may actually be good for you. A study at the National Cancer Centre in Tokyo found that subjects who drank coffee daily had about half the risk of a particular type of liver cancer as those who did not.
It's early days, though: another study, in Boston, found no connection between caffeinated coffee or tea and colon or rectal cancer. They did find that those drinking two or more cups of decaffeinated coffee a day had a reduced risk of rectal cancer a�� though this may just be because decaf drinkers tend to have healthier lifestyles.
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