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The Experts Agree: Tea is good for you

October 17, 2007


We’ve told you how tea helps combat heart disease and cancer. Now you can hear (and see) for yourselves! In two Brightcove TV videos, trusted experts gave high marks to tea when it comes to good health.

The first clip was filmed for television and features a CBS Health Watch segment. In the video, Harry Smith interviews Michael Wargovichasks, a professor at the Medical University of South Carolina, asking “Is tea really good for you?” Wargovichasks’ response is good news for those wanting to keep heart disease and cancer at bay. 

In our second video, one from Consumer Affairs, Dr. Henry Fishman also gives the green light on tea. While highlighting a Dutch study that shows a correlation between tea consumption and heart attacks, he says there are really many good reasons to drink tea for good health.  

So, grab a cup of your Bigelow favorite while you view all the good news about tea!

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