Tea 'reduces heart disease risk'


People who drink several cups of tea or coffee a day could be at lower risk of heart disease, according to a study.

Dutch researchers working with the North America Tea Trade Research Association followed almost 40,000 people over the 13-year study.

They found people who drank more than six cups of tea a day decreased their risk by up to a third.

Kate Ferrand reports.

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