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.
Two were rushed to the hospital after a tea product was found to have Aconite Leaves, a plant-based poison that can cause lethal health problems.
Adding extra to your coffee can add up to your calories. Tea drinkers who add flavorings and sugar can get calories added up to their diet too.
Lipton Tea project comes back to life 50 years later.
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Normal coffee consumption does not lead to extra heartbeats, a new study is reporting.
A good news for all the tea-lovers as having ample cups of tea per day can actually make you physically stronger.
Besides preventing cancer, heart conditions and obesity, new research reveals that your morning java might also lower your type 2 diabetes risk.
Chocolate, tea and berries could prevent type 2 diabetes, according to a new study.
Switching from tea to coffee may get you a raise, a new survey suggests.
Researchers report that drinking coffee or tea can help promote a healthy liver.
How can we live longer, healthier and happier? Numerous studies have found that long life isn’t just about DNA. Time and time again, scientists have proven that people can significantly influence their lifespan by adopting a lifestyle that combines healthy nutrition, exercise, sleep and other health behaviors. Below are a few beverages for you to sip your way to a longer life.
It's generally considered that tea is a healthy beverage to drink. It is but, like all things, is only healthy in moderation.
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.