Coffee Could Lower Risk of Uterus Cancer

A Japanese study in 2008 has revealed that women who drink a lot of coffee may be able to reduce their risk of developing cancer of the uterus (uterine cancer). The study which was led by the Japanese Health Ministry monitored over 54,000 women aged between 40 and 69 for a fifteen year period. They found that 117 of these women developed uterine cancer.

Link Between Acrylamide and Ovarian/Womb Cancer

Researchers in the Netherlands have recently brought to light worrying evidence of an increased risk of ovarian or womb cancer in women by the ingesting of Acrylamide. Acrylamide is found in many common foodstuffs, most notably crisps, potato chips, coffee,…