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Blueberry and green tea extract combo shows antiviral potential

August 2015

Protection for athletes

A new study found that a combination of blueberry and green tea extracts might prevent illnesses associated with prolonged and intensive exercise, especially the upper respiratory tract infection. Experts looked into long-distance runners and how their blood coped with viral infections, a common risk following hard training. The study found that test subjects who were given a pill containing blueberry and green tea extracts had higher levels of gut-derived polyphenols in their blood, thereby reducing the risk of virus infections following rigorous exercise. The dose used in the study contained the equivalent of 3 cups of blueberries and 1.5 cups of green tea extracts per day.

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Tea reduces breast cancer risk, improves blood vessel function

June 2015

Reducing breast cancer

A new review examining 39 previous studies concluded that tea consumption may lead to a noticeable reduction in breast cancer incidence and an improvement in blood vessel function. Researchers investigated thousands of breast cancer cases and found that regular green tea drinkers had a 21 percent decreased risk of breast cancer, most likely due to the high polyphenol content of green tea. The cardioprotective effects of black tea were also confirmed based on several studies that suggest a link between black tea flavanoids and improvement in blood vessel function.

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Herbal tea may reduce risk of colon cancers

Compounds in Earl Grey tea found to guard against heart disease

Daily caffeine intake tracked by new app

Tea found to ward off heart disease by improving circulation

Study shows caffeine may boost long-term memory

Review claims moderate caffeine intake is safe for children

Study urges pregnant women to lower intake of supermarket teas

New data bolsters key health benefits of tea

Study probing weather impact on tea quality wins grant

EGCG content of hot and iced teas put to the test

Artificial and low-calorie sweeteners may cause overeating

Tea keeps teeth in good condition by preventing decay

Caffeinated drinks may prevent liver disease

Tea may lower advanced prostate cancer risk by a third

Tea and coffee lower blood pressure

Black tea may ease blood pressure fluctuations

Tea and coffee found to activate cancer gene

Large study links green tea with reduced risk of stroke

Tea may not be effective in preventing dementia and stroke

Green tea compound may stop spread of Alzheimer's

Study shows lower diabetes prevalence among black tea drinkers

Green tea catechins found to benefit skin following UV damage

Green tea extract shown to inhibit neuroblastoma

Tea made from coffee leaves may be healthier than tea or coffee

Prolonged tea consumption may reduce risk of ovarian cancer

Study links country's black tea consumption and diabetes risk

Green tea linked to lower risk of cancer of the digestive system

Green tea claimed to slow prostate cancer

Green tea may reduce hypertension and improve learning capacity

Tea may fight flu and SARS virus

Green tea improves memory and spacial awareness in mice

MRI study shows green tea may boost working memory

Lab study finds green tea extract may eradicate skin cancer

China brews first craft beer with black tea

Green tea may help protect HIV patients' cognition

Overconsumption of iced tea may cause kidney stones

Gold and tea combo may treat prostate cancer

Gold and tea particles may treat prostate cancer

Green tea and grape seeds help control blood sugar

Green tea and grape seeds help control blood sugar

Male tea drinkers may have increased prostate cancer risk

Risk of heart disease lowered by black tea

Tea as good as water for hydration, study says

Tea can cut risk of type 2 diabetes

Study finds flavanoids may block blood clots

Research grant to probe anti-cancer effects of dandelion tea

Flavanoids from berries and tea protect men against Parkinson's

Tea may boost pregnancy chances for women drinkers

Green tea prevents bad breath and other buccodental diseases

Tea cuts lung cancer risk for smokers with specific genotype

Tea helps fight heart problems and diabetes, review concludes

Major study links green tea with less disability among elderly

Rooibos industry boosts research fund to prove health claims

Study hints at lower blood pressure for black tea drinkers

Spread of hepatitis C may be inhibited by green tea

Green tea lowers 'bad' cholesterol in study

Green tea protects kids from flu virus

Green tea and laser show promise in fight against Alzheimer's

Fourth world congress on tea and health kicks off in Germany

Major study to test green tea extract against colon cancer

Green and black teas offer similar health benefits

MRSA less likely among tea drinkers

Green tea cuts bad cholesterol

Further evidence of green tea's efficacy against Alzheimer's

Scientists pinpoint ideal temperature for tea

Two studies uncover new cancer prevention properties of tea

Green tea may help boost immune system

Further clues on how green tea may help combat obesity

Green tea and exercise to improve bone health

Weight loss effects of tea cancelled out by added milk

Health benefits of herbal teas reviewed

Tea improves alertness and brainpower in study

Tea trumps sports drinks for nutrition and recovery

Dementia and cancer risk may be reduced by green tea

Tea may suppress body weight gain

Tea influences flavor perception and body's antioxidant levels

Study casts doubt on tea's effects on breast cancer

Tea linked to reduced risk of brain cancer

3 cuppas may prevent cardiac problems

Green tea in the spotlight during Breast Cancer month

Lower risk of brain tumor for coffee and tea drinkers

Study identifies anti-cancer properties of green tea compound

FDA cautions green tea beverage makers on health claims

Brewed tea eclipses bottled varieties on polyphenols

USDA report links soft drinks to obesity, emphasizes taxing

Warning over high fluoride content of black tea

Less cognitive problems for elderly tea drinkers

Tea decreases risk of death from heart disease

Breakthrough study touts tea's anticancer properties

Drinking tea may reduce ovarian cancer risk

Green tea extract could slow leukemia

Smoking addiction reduced by tea ingredient

Green tea may promote dental health

Green and black tea to prevent ovarian cancer

Green tea may protect against eye diseases

Tea associated with slimmer waistines among men

Caffeine could prevent certain brain tumors

Tea may prevent endometrial cancer

Positive effects of green tea on lung cancer

Green tea to relieve from depression

Tea and coffee might fight off diabetes

Mint tea may be an effective painkiller

Study hints at tea's cancer prevention potential

Stress and fatigue are eased by green tea

Eight cups of tea a day to reduce risk of stroke

Study to probe green tea's potential against HPV

Green tea may help women prevent pneumonia

Blood cancer risk reduced by green tea

Studies hint at green tea's weight loss properties

Less stomach cancer for women tea drinkers

New study suggests green tea may help lose weight

Green tea may have potential to strenthen bones

Heart disease may be prevented by a cuppa

Vitamin C, sugar may enhance green tea's effects

US heart group issues guidelines on sugar intake

White tea may help prevent skin aging

Ritual of tea drinking shown to reduce stress

Black tea may help control diabetes

Prolonged tea consumption may weaken bones

Mixed reviews for green tea's health benefits

Tea spray to protect against skin cancer

Cancer progression may be slowed by green tea

Green tea's impact on cervical cancer to be tested

Frequent green tea intake can help avoid strokes

Green tea compound could help treat leukemia

Green tea extract helps prevent HIV

Delicate white tea may help fight obesity

Tea strikes gold in new anticancer treatment

Green tea may provide weight loss help

Tea linked to reduction of uterine cancer risk

Caffeine during pregnancy may alter heart growth

Antioxidant content in tea decreases with time

Scientists cautious about effects of yerba mate

Drinking very hot tea linked to cancer risk

Green tea and mushrooms may ward off breast cancer

Tea tastes better from your favorite cup

Green tea contributes to dental health

Green tea may counter effects of cancer drug

EU plans strict probes for health claims

US cities ranked based on caffeine consumption

Tea may ward off late-life dementia

Tea consumption may improve brain performance

Brewed tea prevents tooth erosion

Green tea may slow diabetes

Hibiscus tea lowers blood pressure

Chamomile tea may help fight diabetes

Rooibos shows cardiovascular benefits

Green tea goes nano

Tea halves risk of dementia

Tea may offer hope to smokers

Green tea may prove beneficial for atheletes

Green tea boosts antibiotics' efficiency

Study highlights fat-burning qualitites of tea

Tea is good for women's hearts

Black tea may help combat diabetes

Tea helps toughen older women’s hips

Well brewed tea to cut cancer risk

Green tea may protect from bladder inflammation

Green tea may help rheumatoid arthritis patients

Green tea may help combat cancerous chemicals

Green tea may prevent autoimmune diseases

Green tea effective against severe sepsis

Green tea to fight bacteria

Citrus juice helps absorb green tea oxidants

Tea may improve alertness

Tea extracts help treat damaged skin from radiation

FDA rejects green tea health claims

Japanese study links green tea with longer life

Coffee and tea reduce risk of chronic liver disease

Tea reduces ovarian cancer risk

Green Tea Shows Anti-influenza Effects

Green Tea Slows Cancer

Cancer Specialist Requests FDA Add Stomach Cancer

Benefits of Green Tea, Concentrated

Clue to Green Tea’s Anti-Cancer Properties

Tea Might Prevent Diabetes

Black Tea Controls Plaque Buildup

Dueling Theories on the Benefits of Green Tea

In the Flow with Black Tea

Soothing Chamomile

Green Tea May Protect Against Autoimmune Diseases

Tea Drinking Part of Smoking Cessation

Tea Major Source of Antioxidants