Some great news has emerged for coffee lovers after a new study has shown that our favorite hot beverage can actually help decrease the risk of getting colorectal cancer. This good news stems from a recent study carried out by researchers at the Norris Comprehensive Cancer Center of Keck Medicine at the University of Southern California (USC). Whether you opt for that morning espresso, decaffeinated, instant or filtered it makes no difference, they all seem to have benefits. Further to these findings, the more coffee drank, the greater the benefits become.

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