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From Tufts University: Hibiscus tea lowers blood pressure in prehypertensive ...

In vitro studies show Hibiscus sabdariffa L., an ingredient found in many herbal tea blends and other beverages, has antioxidant properties, and, in animal models, extracts of its calyces have demonstrated hypocholesterolemic and antihypertensive...

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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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Maximizing the health benefits of black tea consumption

What you may not be aware of though, is that black tea ,while officially ranked lower down the scale in terms of the health benefits it offers, brings many antioxidant perks of its own.

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Tea Drinkers Rejoice: Green Tea May Boost Brain Power

Green tea offers more than just a hot cup of comfort. New research suggests it may boost brainpower, especially working memory.

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A Daily Habit Of Green Tea Or Coffee Cuts Stroke Risk by Allison Aubrey, NPR

Whether it's green tea that warms you up, or coffee that gives you that morning lift, a new study finds both can help cut the risk of suffering a stroke.

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Tea Fact Sheet from the Tea Association of the USA Inc.

Tea is the most widely consumed beverage in the world next to water, and can be found in almost 80% of all U.S. households.

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Tea drinkers may have lower skin cancer risk

People who unwind with a cup of tea every night may have a lower risk of two common forms of skin cancer, new research suggests.

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