Drinking piping hot tea could nearly double your risk of esophageal cancer, according to a new study – INSIDER

A new study suggests that drinking hot tea could increase the risk of esophageal cancer by up to 90%. The team from the American Cancer Society found that drinking two mugs worth of hot tea over 60 degrees Celsius (140 degrees Fahrenheit) nearly doubled the risk. It may be the temperature rather than the beverage causing the heightened risk, but the study didn’t look at any other drinks. If you add milk to your tea or let it cool down before you drink it, it’s unlikely you’ll be consuming it at these risky temperatures. In parts of South America, Asia, ...

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