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More turn to tea as benefits become known

6:39 PM, Jan. 25, 2013
Louisville Tea Co. owner Nicolette Boese, 23, brews a cup of Lung Ching Dragonwell, a typical green tea, high in antioxidants in Louisville, Ky.
Louisville Tea Co. owner Nicolette Boese, 23, brews a cup of Lung Ching Dragonwell, a typical green tea, high in antioxidants in Louisville, Ky.
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Worldwide, tea is the second-most-popular drink, after water. But in this coffee-crazed nation, it long has been a subordinate brew.

Until now.

Tea's popularity is growing across America as scientists and the public learn more about its bountiful health benefits. An ever-growing body of research that includes more than 5,000 studies says tea can help block cholesterol, prevents cardiovascular disease and cancer, and burns calories. ...

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