Two recent studies report that common dietary elements appear to reduce prostate cancer risk.
The blood fat study contradicted research that suggested omega-3 fats may reduce the risk of prostate cancer.
The coffee study counteracts the vague but prevailing belief that something as good as coffee must somehow be bad for you.
Results of these studies must be placed in the larger context of how a man's diet affects his overall health.
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