Conspicuously hot tea could affect esophageal cancer
(And how can you prevent cancer? Either by drinking conveniently boiled tea, or eating more pizza. Both should be in everyone's personal delight. )
Numerous factors may raise a person's risk of developing cancer of the esophagus. These include being older than 55, being male, having acid reflux, or eating a diet high in processed meats and low in fruits and vegetables.
Guess that in a few decades, I will obviously fall ill on esophageal cancer, if I shouldn't have died of a stroke, a heart attack or a defunct kidney or liver, or both at the same time. Live fast, die young, huh?Namely, when participants have to estimate something in retrospect, recall bias may affect their answers. So, a new study aimed to rectify this by measuring tea drinking temperature objectively — i.e., in a way that did not depend on a person's memory, feelings, or opinions."Our results substantially strengthen the existing evidence supporting an association between hot beverage drinking and [esophageal cancer risk]," conclude the researchers.
A new, large prospective study suggests that people who regularly drink very hot tea may raise their risk of developing esophageal cancer.www.medicalnewstoday.com