Coffee and Breast Cancer

Old news well, not old but recent news indicates coffee and tea does not raise your chances in developing breast cancer. Good news for us female coffee fanatics. This news comes from a decades-long study (22 year follow-up) where they observed no association between coffee (caffeinated or decaffeinated) and tea consumption and the risk of breast cancer.

According to Ganmaa, of the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston, Massachusetts, coffee and tea are remarkably to drink (in moderation). This study was conducted among 85,987 women between the ages of 30 and 55 years of age.

You can read more about this study by visiting: English People’s Daily Online

4 thoughts on “Coffee and Breast Cancer”

  1. When are we going to fund research on things in our diet that aren’t 1000 years old and have 40+ generations of epidemiological evidence already?

  2. Gee, isn’t there? This is just one study for goodness sake. Sure there is all this evidence going on but new progress made all the time. I feel any study of factors affecting the health and illness of the general population is warranted and worthwhile. No matter how tired and worn-out it may seem.

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