The European Parliament is to hear a report this week on a
Commission proposal to set up a special procedure for registering
and marketing traditional herbal medicines with the aim of ensuring
quality and safety standards.
Caffeine could one day be used to cure skin cancer, according to US
scientists who have found that the stimulant combined with an
extract from green tea can kill cancer in mice. More research will
be required to find out whether the...
Coffee, tea and chocolate all contain chemicals that could
eventually form the basis of new drugs to combat cancer and heart
disease. Scientists at UCL in London report on their findings in in
the August issue of the Journal of Biological...
People who drink coffee on a regular basis may benefit from the
caffeine kick in the first cup of the day but do not experience the
extended stimulation of occasional drinkers, according to new
research from Canada.