Drinking tea might reduce the risk of heart attack

Drinking tea might reduce the risk of heart attack.

These kind of reports come out all the time, but now a new study in the American Journal of Epidemiology adds more credibility.

People who drink one or more cups of tea a day seem to have HALF the risk of heart attack as non-tea drinkers.

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