Drinking coffee can cut the risk of womb cancer, suggests study.
According to the World Cancer Research Fund report, coffee contains antioxidants which may boost health, the BBC reported.
However, experts said that there is not yet enough evidence to recommend drinking coffee to protect against the disease.
Researchers at Imperial College, London also said that women can reduce their risk of developing the disease with at least 38 minutes of daily exercise and keeping a healthy weight.
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