Quitting the habit of drinking too much coffee will provide the body more benefits upon taking healthier alternative beverages such as kombucha tea and green tea among others.
Researchers at Uppsala University have found that tea consumption in women leads to epigenetic changes in genes that are known to interact with estrogen metabolism and cancer.
A science fair in Georgia showcases the project of a 12-year-old boy with the study of the healing effects of green tea for cancer.
Lipton Tea project comes back to life 50 years later.
Water is a fundamental nutrient for bodily functions and while a tall glass of water is the soundest way to rehydrate, there are other fluids you can drink that may be better than this long-favored elixir.
A new study found that long-term tea consumption can lower blood pressure levels.
Drinking green tea may do more than boost physical health. New research reveals that the Asian beverage also enhances cognition.
Green tea has been touted for its ability to lower blood pressure, but new research reveals that the beverage can also make hypertension drugs less effective.
Good news for coffee and green tea drinkers alike! That
This month is Colon Cancer Awareness Month!
Researchers found that a particular extract in green tea may help with treating Alzheimer's.
A new study has suggested that older women who regularly drink green tea may slightly lower their risks of contracting colon, stomach and throat cancers, when compared to women who do not take the green herb. According to the Canadian study that went on for a duration of 10 years and involved 69,000 Chinese women, women who have green tea at least three times a week reduce their risk of developing cancer of the digestive system by 14 percent. The study has added to the debate of the benefits of the herb, as recent studies have shown that drinking green tea may not be helpful in reducing cancer risk, even though the extracts of the tea are believed to be beneficial.
Having a bit of memory trouble? A cup of Green Tea could help.
If you are one of those who are gulping down gallons of green tea in a hope to cut down skin cancer risk, we have bad news. Researchers say that though green tea extracts do have beneficial components, consuming it in tea, does not help. Certain chemical compounds found in green tea are used to treat two types of skin cancer, say scientists. In lab tests, when applied to cancer cells, the extracts made two-thirds of tumors shrink or disappear. However, the extract is not strong enough to work, when consumed as tea, the scientists said.
Researchers from the University of Sheffield School of Health and Related Research (ScHARR) are today making a series of recommendations for NHS mental health trusts to change the way they collect and use patient feedback to improve the quality of care for inpatients.