Over one million women worldwide are diagnosed with breast cancer every year. In fact, the US and the Netherlands have among the highest incidences of breast cancer. In the US, the National Cancer Institute estimates that 13 percent of American women will develop breast cancer during their lives. Yet, there is good news…
Now, a new study, published in Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, provides evidence that women with diets rich in flavonoids, a class of antioxidants found in tea, red wine, soybeans, fruit ant vegetables, lowered mortality among postmenopausal U.S. breast cancer patients. Interest in flavonoids is growing as research continues to support their cancer-fighting potential. Additional studies are underway to examine whether increased breast cancer survival associated with flavonoids applies to age groups.
Think pink and drink tea…
I was very excited to receive teas to review from the UK-based company Teasup. They sent me three black teas to review: A Malawian First Flush and Malawian Smoked Guava from the Satemwa Tea Estate, and a Ceylon High-Grown Seasonal from the Aislaby Tea Estate. When my treasures arrived by … Continue reading
We’re going back into the archives to revisit these classic posts by James Norwood Pratt. This post includes “Huangshan Mao Feng and Guapian” and “Maojian and Yunwu”. We have added a link to the end of each one to take you to the next if you would like to read … Continue reading
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In 2012, the first KCON USA — a Korean Wave festival — was held as a one-day event at SoCals Verizon Wireless Amphitheatre. It has since grown to last five days with programs in both New York City and Los Angeles. This year, KCON LAs exhibitors, including entities like Toyota … Continue reading