Microwaving tea could extract about 80 percent of the caffeine, theanine and polyphenol compounds in the tea.
Two people fell critically ill and still hospitalized after drinking an herbal tea bought in San Francisco's Chinatown.
Very hot drinks can probably cause esophageal cancer, the WHO says.
Researchers at a structural biology lab at the University of York talk about how the three most outspoken molecules in a cup of coffee are interacting, contrary to previous theories.
Green tea and apples may help to prevent chronic conditions such as heart disease and cancer, according to new research.
Green tea has long been celebrated as healthy drink. Now a new study has found that not only does this beverage encourage good health, but it could even trigger a cycle that kills oral cancer cells while leaving healthy cells alone.
If you're a tea connoisseur you may have noticed that sometimes your favorite brew just doesn't taste like it should. Now researchers are arguing that this may be because shifting rain patterns can actually affect the chemicals in tea that are responsible for flavor and even its health benefits.
For centuries, traditional Chinese medicine practitioners have given their patients honeysuckle, often in the form of tea, to help alleviate certain ailments. Now, researchers think that this age-old practice may have been on to something. A molecule within the plant has been found to directly target influenza, making it a potential treatment option for the troublesome virus.