TLP: At Last, the True Value of the Starbucks Trenta is Revealed
Nothing says lazy better than getting something done without even trying. Thanks, coffee!
Men who drink coffee may reduce their risk of developing the most serious form of prostate cancer.Rubbing one out on a regular basis is beneficial too, and not just for "health" reasons, ifyouknowwhatimean.
A new Harvard study found men who drank at least six cups of coffee a day were 60-percent less likely to develop lethal prostate cancer -- and 20-percent less likely to develop any type of prostate cancer.
This protective effect was found in men who drank either regular or decaffeinated coffee. Even just drinking one to three cups a day reduced a man's risk of lethal prostate cancer by about a third.
I'm all for something that helps the prostate and doesn't involve my doctor and a slippery rubber glove. A few cups of coffee? Fine. The latest Starbucks gimmick? Whatever it takes. Just don't forget the milk.