Study suggests caffeine may help protect you from skin cancer

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The caffeine in your morning cup of coffee could help protect you from skin cancer.

A study in mice found caffeine may help keep badly damaged skin cells from becoming cancerous.

Scientists say this may lead to new ways of preventing skin cancer. 

However, scientists warn this does not mean coffee lovers are better protected against the disease.

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