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A new study suggests that drinking at least a half cup of tea a day doubles a woman's chances of getting pregnant. The study, reported in the American Journal of Public Health, said that one explanation for this effect may be a chemical component in tea that affects DNA and the fluid that aids a woman's eggs in the fertilization process. No other caffeinated beverage, including coffee and Pepsi Cola, had any impact on the women. The study didn't determine whether green, black or herbal teas are most effective, nor did it separate out the effect of caffeinated and decaffeinated teas. It should be noted that previous studies have suggested that tea can cause miscarriage and more work needs to be done before the benefit is proven.