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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 1:40 am 
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Some potential good news for those who partake of both coffee and alcohol;

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The recent discovered benefit that coffee offers to its avid fans would certainly put a smile on the faces of the alcohol aficionados. People who are fond of drinking alcohol are at risk of liver cancer, but there is a research that has been conducted recently that says drinking coffee regularly will lessen the damage in liver caused by regular drinking of alcohol.

In a latest survey published by researchers of World Cancer Research Fund, the consumption of three or more alcoholic drinks every day may significantly increase the risk of having a liver cancer.

The findings can be seen in the Liver Cancer 2015 report that has been furnished by WCRF. The report hinged on the analysis of around 34 scientific studies, painstaking research works composing health data from over 8 million men and women and 24,600 cases of liver cancer.

The same multitude of studies will show a positive correlation between three daily alcohol consumption and liver cancer, and decreased risk of liver cancer caused by regular coffee drinking.


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PostPosted: Sun Mar 29, 2015 1:52 pm 
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Some potential good news for those who partake of both coffee and alcohol;



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Of course, those of us who don't drink alcohol won't need to drink coffee to lessen the damage done by drinking.

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