Even small amounts of green tea may cut pneumonia risk

10/19/2009 | Reuters

Japanese women who drank as little as a cup or less a day of green tea were 41% less likely to die from pneumonia, researchers say. Japanese men did not experience the same benefits, and more study is needed to see whether women in other countries would benefit, said the lead researcher.

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