Black Tea Cuts Risk of Death by 10%

according to an article at Annals of Internal Medicine. The study was done in a U.K. population over decade of observation. The 10% or greater reduction in all-cause mortality was seen at a habitual consumption level of two or more cups of black tea daily. Most prior similar studies I’ve seen focus on green tea.

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Steve Parker, M.D.

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  1. V

    Your title uses causal language, but the study you reference does not look at causality at all.

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