Even More Strange Research About Tea

If you've ever doubted that there's a great deal of offbeat research going on at any given moment, then consider that there's at least one magazine dedicated to writing about it. That's the Annals of Improbable Research, which is published by the same organization that sponsors The Ig Nobel Prizes, which "are intended to celebrate …

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More Strange Research on Tea

We kick off this latest exploration of the strange research that's been done on tea with a study that's not necessarily all that strange but is quite interesting nonetheless. We might tend to think (well, I did) that studies on compounds in tea like catechins, EGCG and the like are a recent development. But in …

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Strange Research on Tea

In the course of my time writing for this fine site I've commented on numerous research studies about tea. Most of them appeared to me - a layperson - to be well-thought out and fairly sensible, for the most part. But as I was doing a little research of my own recently, I ran across …

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