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Relationship Between Tea Drinking Behaviour and Rosacea: A Clinical Case-control Study

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  • Relationship Between Tea Drinking Behaviour and Rosacea: A Clinical Case-control Study

    The exact mechanisms of rosacea development are unknown, but it has been suggested that tea consumption may be associated with its development. To determine the relationship between tea drinking behaviour and rosacea, this clinical case-control study recruited 2,063 participants, who completed a questionnaire about tea drinking behaviour. A 1:1 ratio propensity score matching method was used to generate 619 cases and 619 controls. High-frequency tea drinking (3 times/day: adjusted odds ratio...

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    The exact mechanisms of rosacea development are unknown, but it has been suggested that tea consumption may be associated with its development. To determine the relationship between tea drinking behaviour and rosacea, this clinical case-control study recruited 2,063 participants, who completed a questionnaire about tea drinking behaviour. A 1:1 ratio propensity score matching method was used to generate 619 cases and 619 controls. High-frequency tea drinking (3 times/day: adjusted odds ratio...

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    Advise Extreme Caution with this "study". The study picked a very common drink in a large population of people. Interesting that they didn't also get a meaningless 100% correlation that all test subjects were breathing. (How to Lie or Mislead with Statistics 101).

    Drinking any hot liquid might be a flushing trigger for some people. The study did not test or confirm that other hot liquids had the same effect as tea on the group that flushed. The study doesn't do complete physicals and rule out other underlying health causes or find any other common behaviors or common conditions among the 2 control groups.

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