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Study shows lower caffeine, urate levels are inversely linked to Parkinson’s disease

Study shows lower caffeine, urate levels are inversely linked to Parkinson’s disease

Testing in California still a frustrating patchwork of haves and have-nots

Testing in California still a frustrating patchwork of haves and have-nots

Polycistronic delivery of IL-10 and NT-3 to enhance spinal cord injury repair

Polycistronic delivery of IL-10 and NT-3 to enhance spinal cord injury repair

Drinking green tea may benefit people with food allergies

Drinking green tea may benefit people with food allergies

How to sleep better during coronavirus lockdown

How to sleep better during coronavirus lockdown

Dietary sugar has negative impact on health independent of obesity

Dietary sugar has negative impact on health independent of obesity

Avoid junk food to reap heart health benefits of a plant-based diet, study suggests

Avoid junk food to reap heart health benefits of a plant-based diet, study suggests

Plant-based diets need to include certain food groups to benefit heart health, study finds

Plant-based diets need to include certain food groups to benefit heart health, study finds

'Primitive' stem cells shown to replace and repair damaged blood vessels in the retina

'Primitive' stem cells shown to replace and repair damaged blood vessels in the retina

Drinking cocoa could relieve peripheral arterial disease

Drinking cocoa could relieve peripheral arterial disease

Combination of green tea extract and exercise mitigates fatty liver disease in mice

Combination of green tea extract and exercise mitigates fatty liver disease in mice

New study sheds light on human in vitro organ model research trends

New study sheds light on human in vitro organ model research trends

Plant flavonols significantly reduce Alzheimer’s risk

Plant flavonols significantly reduce Alzheimer’s risk

Unilever considers selling tea brands as UK hot tea sales are on a downward trend

Unilever considers selling tea brands as UK hot tea sales are on a downward trend

A high flavonol intake could lower the risk for Alzheimer’s dementia

A high flavonol intake could lower the risk for Alzheimer’s dementia

High intake of dietary flavonols tied to lower risk of Alzheimer's dementia

High intake of dietary flavonols tied to lower risk of Alzheimer's dementia

Japanese researchers identify genetic variations related to specific dietary habits

Japanese researchers identify genetic variations related to specific dietary habits

Sustainability in foodservice primarily driven by younger generations

Sustainability in foodservice primarily driven by younger generations

Tea drinkers live longer new study shows

Tea drinkers live longer new study shows

Drinking tea thrice a week is linked with longer, healthier life

Drinking tea thrice a week is linked with longer, healthier life