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Male Tea Drinkers "Face Increased Prostate Cancer Risk," Glasgow University Study


6/22/2012 7:16:03 AM

Men who are heavy tea drinkers may be more likely to develop prostate cancer, according to new research. A team from Glasgow University tracked the health of more than 6,000 male volunteers over a period of 37 years. They found men who drank over seven cups of tea per day had a 50% higher risk of developing prostate cancer than moderate and non tea drinkers.

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