Coffee not a possible carcinogen, study finds


Researchers from the World Health Organization say there is no firm evidence that drinking coffee raises the risk of cancer, changing an earlier classification of coffee as a possible carcinogen. They are saying, however, that drinking "very hot" beverages of any kind, served at 150 degrees or higher, could potentially raise the risk of cancer as they may cause throat injuries that could lead to the growth of tumors. (Run time: 0:30)