Monday, August 18, 2008

Breast cancer risk unconnected to drinking coffee or tea

A study analyzed data on 85,987 cancer-free women who, on average, were in their mid-40s at the start of the study. In a 22-year span, 5,272 of them were diagnosed with breast cancer. Women who reported drinking the most tea or coffee (four or more cups a day, caffeinated or decaffeinated) had no greater or lesser risk of developing breast cancer than those who drank virtually no coffee or tea.

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