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Tea in dementia prevention?

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8 Apr 2017 - General
 

Tea is important and must in our daily life, I can say that there are very feww persons who dont take Tea or coffee. Tea consumption increases alertness of mind and believed to provide an elevated mood. Here claiming that tea consumption has no link to dementia shielding, so what is your opinion on your clinical implications. Share your opinions and thoughts on tea consumotion and dementia shielding.

 

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http://www.nhs.uk/news/2017/04April/Pages/Tea-not-proven-to-shield-you-against-dementia.aspx

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