Drinking tea could cut risk of dementia: NUS
SINGAPORE – Drinking tea regularly could lower the risk of cognitive decline among the elderly by half, and among those genetically inclined to develop Alzheimer's disease by up to 86 per cent, National University of Singapore (NUS) researchers have ...
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Drinking one cup of tea a day linked to lower risk of getting dementia: Study
NUS Study: Daily Consumption of Tea Protects the Elderly From Cognitive Decline