16 Jul '11, 2am

A study done in Singapore has found that the more coffee you drink, the more you lower your risk of liver cancer

A study done in Singapore has found that the more coffee you drink, the more you lower your risk of liver cancer

A study done in Singapore has found that the more coffee you drink, the more you lower your risk of liver cancer. If you take three or more cups a day, for example, your risk could be up to 44 per cent lower than for a total abstainer.

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