Tea and Dementia May 31 2017

According to the Mayo Clinic, Dementia is a very common disease affecting the elderly, with over 3 million cases diagnosed every hear. It is a cruel affliction and, for the most part, modern medicine has yet to find a reliable cure. Recent research from the National University of Singapore concludes that drinking tea regularly could lower the risk of cognitive decline among the elderly by 50%. They also conclude that those who are genetically at risk of Alzheimer's who drank tea regularly had a 86% lower risk of actual getting Alzheimer's.