A Cup of Hot Tea Daily Can Cut the Risk of Glaucoma
According to a new study from the National Eye Institute, US, the risk of developing glaucoma, a common eye disease in senior people, was lower in those who drank hot tea on a daily basis.
A team of scientists analyzed data received from the 2005–2006 National Health and Nutrition Examination Survey, which included the medical data of nearly 10,000 people. Having analyzed the received data, the researchers discovered that the participant who drank hot tea every day had 74% lower risk of developing glaucoma.
However, the team concluded that further research is needed to establish the importance of these findings and whether hot tea consumption may play a role in the prevention of glaucoma.
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