Very Hot Tea Increases Cancer Risk

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Researchers in China studying the consumption of “burning” hot tea, alcohol, and smoking habits of greater than 450,000 people ages 30 –79 for more than nine years found a five time greater risk of esophageal cancer in those who engaged in all three of the behaviors and a two time greater risk in those who either smoked or drank alcohol and consumed burning hot tea as compared to people who have none of these habits. The study results appear in February 6, 2018 issue of the ...Read More