Aging

 

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GREEN TEA

Green tea consumption and the risk of incident functional disability in elderly→

Protective role of tea catechins on erythrocytes subjected to oxidative stress during human aging→

Tea and bone health: Steps forward in translational nutrition→

Green Tea Protects Brain Cells→

(–)-Epicatechin enhances fatigue resistance and oxidative capacity→

Epigallocatechin gallate ameliorates chronic fatigue syndrome→

Protective Effect of Epigallocatechin Gallate in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome→

Green tea polyphenolic antioxidants and skin photoprotection→

Green tea polyphenols: DNA photodamage and photoimmunology→

Green tea protects against psoralen plus ultraviolet A-induced photochemical damage to skin→

Polyphenolic antioxidant (-)-epigallocatechin-3-gallate from green tea reduces UVB-induced inflammatory responses and infiltration of leukocytes in human skin→

Protection against ultraviolet B radiation-induced effects in the skin of SKH-1 hairless mice by a polyphenolic fraction isolated from green tea→

Protection against ultraviolet-B radiation-induced local and systemic suppression of contact hypersensitivity and edema responses in C3H/HeN mice by green tea polyphenols→

Treatment of green tea polyphenols in hydrophilic cream prevents UVB-induced oxidation of lipids and proteins, depletion of antioxidant enzymes and phosphorylation of MAPK proteins in SKH-1 hairless mouse skin→

Skin photoprotection by green tea: Antioxidant and immunomodulatory effects→

BLACK TEA

Photoprotective effect of black tea extracts against UVB-induced phototoxicity in skin→

Differential effects of black versus green tea on risk of Parkinson’s disease in the Singapore Chinese Health Study→

TEA IN GENERAL

Large-Scale, Long-Term Studies Support Roles of Physical Activity and Diet in Cognitive Decline→

Flavonoid Intake and Cognitive Decline over a 10-Year Period→

Flavonoid intake and cardiovascular disease mortality: A prospective study in postmenopausal women→

Tea Consumption Is Inversely Associated With Carotid Plaques in Women→

Bone mineral density, polyphenols and caffeine: A reassessment→

Caffeine, cognitive failures and health in a non-working community sample→

Parkinson’s Disease and Tea: A Quantitative Review→

Coffee and tea consumption and the risk of Parkinson’s disease→

Smoking and tea consumption delay onset of Parkinson’s disease→

Dietary and nutritional biomarkers of lens degeneration, oxidative stress and micronutrient inadequacies in Indian cataract patients→

Caffeine Consumption and the Risk of Primary Open – Angle Glaucoma: A Prospective Cohort Study→

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