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Old Mar 27th 2009, 6:35 am
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Scentists have urged tea-loving Brits not to give up their favourite beverage because of a health scare.
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Old Mar 27th 2009, 7:18 am
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Who drinks 'very hot' tea (>70 degrees Celsius) anyway...most people put milk in it...so probably not a problem.
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Who drinks 'very hot' tea (>70 degrees Celsius) anyway...most people put milk in it...so probably not a problem.
Last few months,I've got used to drinking green tea with mint - obviously with no milk- weaning myself off the copious amounts of coffee I used to get through......now I can't even drink that...
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Never had tea with cancer....is that a new flavour like Darjeeling
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Never had tea with cancer....is that a new flavour like Darjeeling
How long do you think it took Superman to fly from NY to Paris???
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How long do you think it took Superman to fly from NY to Paris???
Obviously too fast for me mate???
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Obviously too fast for me mate???
If he had wheels, he would've been much slower...Believe me...
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Last few months,I've got used to drinking green tea with mint - obviously with no milk- weaning myself off the copious amounts of coffee I used to get through......now I can't even drink that...
Everything's bad for you now. As Jackie Mason said - It's no longer a question of staying healthy, it's a question of picking a disease that you like...

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this one makes a bit of sense, as cellular damage does have a strong link to cancer development, however you've got to be pretty daft to drink 70 deg anything as the throat burns might tip you off that its not a good idea in the first place
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