Coffee can help you to avoid skin cancer

Coffee can help you to avoid skin cancer

According to the recent study, women who drink more than three cups of coffee per day have 20 percent less probability to get slowly evolving form of skin cancer than those who drink just a cup of coffee a day. The study has been also including men – those who drink more than 3 cups of coffee a day the same risk of disease can decrease by 9 percent.

However, the coffee does not reduce the risk of melonoma. This form of skin cancer causes the most of deaths. Basal-cell carcinoma reaches other parts of the body very rarely and rarely recurs after being successfully removed. Nevertheless, the authors argue that even the least benefits offered by changing your diet are important. According to one of the authors, the Boston Women’s Hospital dermatologist Fengju Songs, we should taking into account that every year almost one million new cases of basal-cell carcinoma are diagnosed in the United States, because even a slight protective effect can make a significant impact on public health.

The authors make no secret that in this research they see only associations, but not a direct cause and effect relationship. To confirm the results of this study and find out how coffee works by reducing the risk of skin cancer, studies need to be continued. Previous studies made with animals led to the conclusion that caffeine consumption and the risk of cancer are related. F. Songs and his colleagues have been analyzing data of 112,897 people since 1984 to 2008 in June. During this period 25,480 cases of skin cancer have been recorded and found the relationship between caffeine intake and lower risk of developing Basal-cell carcinoma. However, coffee without caffeine has no such effect.


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