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Dec 13, 2005

Drink Tea To Reduces Your Risk Of Ovarian Cancer

Drink Tea To Reduces Your Risk Of Ovarian Cancer
Hi ladies, drink two or more cups of tea daily and this may keep you away from ovarian cancer. That would be an easy thing to do.

Coffee is my favorite, and after reading Sue's posting on Nov 14, 2005 which says that drinking coffee may decrease your chance of developing colorectal cancer, I was feeling very happy about it. Now I am reading this latest research news, which says that drinking two or more cups of tea may protect you against ovarian cancer. No I don't know what to do.

This new research findings shows that women who consume two or more cups of tea daily over a period of time may lower their risk of ovarian cancer compared with women who never or seldom consume tea. These research findings are published in the December issue of the Archives of Internal Medicine.

Researchers Susanna Larsson and colleagues of the National Institute of Environmental Medicine in Stockholm, Sweden observed a 46 percent lower risk of development of ovarian cancer in women who drank two or more cups of tea per day compared to non-drinkers.

The study found that each additional cup of tea consumed per day was associated with an 18 percent lower risk of ovarian cancer in study participants.

The researchers examined the association between tea consumption and the risk of ovarian cancer in 61,057 women between 40 and 76 years of age.

During 15 years of studies that began in the late 1980s, 301 women in the study group were diagnosed with ovarian cancer.

Janet      


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