Throat cancer linked to steaming-hot tea

03/27/2009 | Reuters

Tea drinkers should let their drinks cool before sipping, as new research links consumption of the hot beverage to throat cancer. Researchers found an eight-fold increase in the cancer among people who drank the tea at 70 degrees Celsius, compared with those who drank it at 65 degrees.

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