Researchers found that tea drinkers who liked their drink to be warmer than 140 degrees Fahrenheit and drank more than two large cups a day have a 90 percent greater risk of esophageal cancer compared to those who drank less tea by colder temperatures.
Previous studies had already found a link between drinking tea and esophageal cancer, but this study released Wednesday in the International Journal of Cancer is the first to determine a particular temperature.
The American Cancer Society estimates that more than 13,000 new cases of esophageal cancer will be diagnosed in men and nearly 4,000 new cases in women in the United States in 201
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