"Drinking green tea may offer some protection against lung cancer, say experts who studied the disease at a medical university in Taiwan.
Green tea, taken in a capsule or drunk in a cup, may shave a few points off "bad" cholesterol readings, according to a U.S. study involving more than a thousand people.
Recent research on the benefits of green tea.
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Tea and EGCG may reduce risk of developing cataracts.
Drinking one cup of green tea may improve dental health.
New Australian research suggests that having a cuppa (tea, that is) may help strengthen older women's hips.
Does it really fight cancer? Lower cholesterol? We filter the research to find out which health claims actually hold water.
Over the past decade, there has been much research about the health benefits of green tea, including its potential to fight cancer and heart disease, prevent diabetes, and stave off dementia. But don’t discount the potential of other...
Although both contain behaviourally significant concentrations of caffeine, tea is commonly perceived to be a less stimulating drink than coffee.