Coffee and women's he alth

Coffee and women's he alth
Coffee and women's he alth
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American doctors have concluded that the use of caffeinated drinks (including soft drinks, tea and coffee) does not affect the risk of developing breast cancer.

Coffee and Women's He alth

According to the results of 22 years of observation of 85,987 women aged 30 to 55 years (at the time of the start of the study), American doctors concluded that the use of caffeinated drinks (including soft drinks, tea and coffee) does not affect risk of developing breast cancer. That is, women who consumed four or more cups of tea or coffee (caffeinated or even decaffeinated) daily had no greater risk than women surveyed who consumed no more than one cup of coffee daily. A small positive relationship between the level of caffeine intake and the risk of developing breast cancer has been noted in women over the age of 50, but this relationship, according to doctors, is very small, mainly associated with hormonal changes during menopause and requires additional research. This news will appeal to people with low blood pressure and just lovers of coffee and dark chocolate: after all, until recently, the Internet was full of reports that caffeine provokes the growth of cystic formations and breast cancer.

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