Another study has come showing the benefits of tea. A recent study looks at the how tea lowers the risk of ovarian cancer.
It showed those who drank two or more cups of tea daily had a 46 per cent lower risk of the disease compared with those who never or seldom drank tea.
Alex Ford, chief executive of The Eve Appeal, which supports patients with gynaecological cancers, said women should be aware of the signs of ovarian cancer, especially those over 50.
She said: â€˜Traditionally, early diagnosis was difficult as experts didnâ€™t agree on the symptoms and they are easily mistaken for other, much more common and less serious conditions.