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Researchers from the National University of Singapore have found that drinking tea regularly really is good for you, especially your brain. They say they have also discovered why.
Previous studies on tea-drinking have revealed such positive effects as helping prevent cardiovascular disease, as well as confirming Dr Johnson's 18th-century claim regarding tea's propensity to improve one's mood.
Research - Feng - Lei - Assistant - Professor
This latest research led by Feng Lei, assistant professor in the Department of Psychological Medicine at NUS, builds on his previous work that found daily consumption of tea halves the risk of cognitive decline in older people. By then, he had already begun focusing more closely on the effects of tea specifically on the brain.
Working in collaboration with researchers at the University of Essex and University of Cambridge, Lei's team studied 36 adults aged over 60, analysing data about their health, lifestyle and psychological...
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