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Time for another cuppa then? Tea-drinkers have better brains, say boffins with even better brains

jake Silver badge

I wonder if ...

... the simple act of getting off one's duff, trundling to the kitchen, and fumbling around with tea making bits & bobs is enough to keep pathways in the brain active? If so, getting addicted to tea, and thus forcing the aged to keep moving in order to feed their jones would show these results. Presumably the effect is greater if one makes tea (coffee, fresh squeezed juice, whatever) by the cup/glass instead of by the pot?

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