October 31, 2014

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  • Tea & Blood Pressure
    Wellness Tip

    Tea & Blood Pressure

    by Berkeley Wellness

    According to a new study, drinking black tea may help reduce nighttime fluctuations in blood pressure. There's increasing evidence that blood pressure variability is a risk factor for cardiovascular disease.

  • A New Superleaf?

    A New Superleaf?

    by Berkeley Wellness

    The leaves of moringa oleifera have long been used in folk medicine to treat diabetes, anxiety, diarrhea, headaches, bronchitis and more. But what does the research reveal?

  • Tea Benefits: A Research Wrap-Up

    Tea Benefits: A Research Wrap-Up

    by Berkeley Wellness

    Can tea help your health? A dozen review papers from the Fifth International Scientific Symposium on Tea and Human Health were published recently, drawing largely on the more than 2,000 studies done on tea in the past few years.

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