Tea for the Mind

There is already convincing evidence that people who drink more tea suffer fewer heart attacks and strokes. Some of the phytochemicals found in tea might help prevent and/or slow the progression of at least several types of cancer. Epidemiological data have fairly consistently found that people who drink more tea are less likely to lose cognitive function over time. A recent study in China has add...

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