The good news is if it’s going in a cup of joe you’re reducing your risk of liver cancer. And the more the better! A new study by the Universities of Southampton and Edinburgh show the more coffee you drink the greater the reduction in risk of developing HCC, the most common form of primary liver cancer, which also happens to be the second leading cause of cancer death globally. So, go ahead and splurge at the coffee pot tomorrow. According to the findings, increasing coffee consumption by two cups a day was associated with a 35% reduction, and when compared to those that don’t drink coffee, five cups may halve the risk. For the decaf drinkers (by the way, what’s the point?), it’s beneficial, too. Here’s to chocolate and coffee tomorrow.