April 2001 Issue
Drinking green tea may not protect against stomach cancer, according to Japanese researchers. In the study—considered the strongest to date—26,000 men and women age 40 and older were grouped by the amount of green tea they drank, from less than one cup a day up to five or more. After eight years, researchers found no link between stomach cancer and green tea intake. Green tea may well have other health benefits, but don’t expect it to reduce the risk
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