Study: Heavy coffee, tea drinkers have lower risk for glioma

09/30/2010 | Reuters

People who drank large amounts of coffee or tea had a one-third lower risk for glioma, a common form of malignant brain tumor, than those with a lower intake of the caffeinated drinks, data on more than 500,000 Europeans showed. The findings did not show a causal "dose-response" relationship, but a researcher cited the possibility of some biological factors accounting for the reduced risk.

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