Habitual tea drinking appears to significantly reduce the risk of developing hypertension. Of 1507 Taiwanese men and women, 600 were regular tea drinkers, defined as drinking 120ml or more a day. ...

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In a study of 60 female patients suffering from papulopustular rosacea, half were treated with a hydrophilic cream containing 2% polyphenone (green tea extract) and half to vehicle cream. All women had visible signs of papules and...

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Thirty-eight men were assigned to one of two groups, and were asked to drink a bottle of oolong tea daily, containing either 22mg or 690mg of catechins. ...

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In an Australian study of 254 Chinese patients with epithelial ovarian cancer and 652 healthy controls, it was found that the risk of ovarian cancer declined both with the more tea they drank and the length of time they had been...

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Habitual tea drinking appears to significantly reduce the risk of developing hypertension. Of 1507 Taiwanese men and women, 600 were regular tea drinkers, defined as drinking 120ml or more a day. ...

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When substances extracted from green tea were given to 32 men at high risk of developing prostate cancer, only one man had developed the disease one year later, compared to nine men out of a similar group who were given only a...

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A study carried out at Brigham and Women’s Hospital and Harvard Medical School has indicated the mechanism by which tea is able to help fight infections. Immune T cells in the body are can recognise antigens such as those found in...

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Dr. Stephen Hsu, a cell biologist in the Medical College of Georgia Department of Oral Biology, previously helped determine that polyphenols in green tea help eliminate free radicals, which can cause cancer by altering DNA, and...

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Drinking green tea could help keep arthritis at bay, say scientists. Researchers at the University of Sheffield have found that two compounds found in green tea can help prevent osteoarthritis by blocking the enzyme that destroys...

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Numerous studies have shown a link between the presence of Helicobactor pylori and a range of gastro-intestinal diseases, including gastric ulcers, Barretts Syndrome and oesophageal cancer. 72 patients awaiting endoscopy were...

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