There May Be a Link Between Coffee and Lung Cancer, Study Suggests

From: livescience.com

ATLANTA — Drinking coffee has been linked to a slew of health benefits, such as a longer life span, and a decreased risk of conditions including depression, heart attacks and certain cancers.

But a new study suggests that there may be a downside to your morning brew: Researchers found that drinking two or more cups of coffee or tea may increase a person’s risk of lung cancer.

The findings were presented on March 31, here at the annual meeting of the American Association for Cancer Research.

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