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Green tea can help prevent rheumatoid arthritis

Antioxidants in green tea may prevent and reduce the severity of rheumatoid arthritis, according to a study from CWRU's School of Medicine study recently published in the "Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences."

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Green Tea May Zap Cancer Cells In Your Mouth

A new Pennsylvania State University study published in Molecular Nutrition and Food Research found that green tea might kill oral cancer cells — and boost healthy cells.

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Know Your Teas: Black Tea

All you need to know about black tea.

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It's Tea Time

Green tea has been around for centuries, and for good reason.  There are endless health benefits to drinking green tea.

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Steep Perks: Why Drinking Tea Is Good for Your Health

Tea can help your heart, boost your brainpower, keep your metabolism humming, and more. Our guide to the supersip covers it all, including how to brew a cup that's fit for a queen.

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Tea: A cup of good health? From Harvard Men's Health Watch

Tea drinking isn't harmful and fits well with a healthy lifestyle.
Tea, especially green tea, is often said to be good for your health. But if tea is good for you, how good? And why?

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From Tufts University: Green Tea Protects Brain Cells

A flurry of new studies is raising hope that green tea may someday be a potent weapon in the fight against Alzheimer’s disease and other forms of dementia.

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Why Drink Tea Every Day?

Everyday new evidence comes to light that reveals the powerful health benefits of tea. This handy infographic breaks down just why you should be drinking it everyday.

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Women Tea drinkers have less plaque in arteries by Reuters Health

Women who drink tea may be protecting themselves from a build-up of artery-clogging plaque, so lowering their risk for heart disease and stroke, findings from a French study suggest.

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Black Tea Fights Diabetes by Science Daily, Institute of Food Technologists ...

Black tea, long known for its antioxidants, immune boosting and antihypertensive properties, could have another health benefit.

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