Most stomach cancers are caused by bacteria called helicobacter pylori or H. pylori. Having H. pylori doesn’t mean you’ll get stomach cancer, but it does increase your risk.
We talked to Patrick Lynch, M.D., a gastroenterologist in Internal Medicine, about H. pylori and other stomach cancer risk factors, how to recognize symptoms and what you can do to reduce your chances of developing this disease.
Tea is thought to have many health benefits, from keeping you hydrated to supporting weight-loss and reducing dental cavities.
Tea may also reduce your risk for illnesses like heart disease and cancer.
But there are so many types of tea, and they don’t all offer the same benefits. So, how do you pick the best one?
Here’s what to know about tea and cancer prevention.
Real teas all come from the same plant...