Individuals who consumed hot tea day were less likely to have a diagnosis of glaucoma compared with those who did not consume hot tea, finds new research.

A study has found a link between hot tea and a lower risk of glaucoma, but experts say there?s no evidence that a cuppa will protect you from the condition

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