A study finds that drinking at least six cups a day of coffee reduces the risk of aggressive prostate cancer by 60 percent. Francois Guillot/AFP/Getty Images hide caption

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Coffee May Lower Risk Of Deadliest Prostate Cancer

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The maker of the Man Up Now sexual supplement says it contains fruit like these from the Wolfberry plant to prevent side effects from other ingredients. Wikimedia Commons hide caption

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