Women who drink moderate to high amounts of coffee may reduce their risk for endometrial cancer, new research reveals.
The finding stems from what investigators call the largest study to date to explore the impact of coffee and tea on the risk of endometrial cancer, which is cancer that originates in the lining of the uterus.
The study found that women who consume four or more cups of caffeinated coffee per day appear to lower their risk for endometrial cancer by 25 percent, relative to women who drink less than one cup a day.
Drinking fewer than four cups a day did not appear to offer any preventative benefit, however. Nor did drinking tea... Read More