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2013-12-02 23:04:57

Ready to Drink Tea Market & Ready to Drink Coffee Market report categorizes the market on the basis of additives, types, packaging, price segment, distribution channel, and geography; forecasting

2012-12-09 05:01:46

[367 Pages Market] Ready to Drink (RTD) Tea & Coffee Market Research Report categorizes Global Market for Tea and Coffee on the basis of Additives, Types, Packaging, Price Segment, Distribution

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2011-04-11 11:27:12

Fruit juice linked to reduced risk of cancer, improved markers of heart health and increased antioxidant activity.

2009-12-10 12:42:00

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2009-10-05 08:15:00

LOS ANGELES, Oct. 5 /PRNewswire/ -- According to a clinical study released in The American Journal of Cardiology, a daily serving of POM Wonderful 100% Pomegranate Juice may decrease the progression of arterial plaque in patients with elevated cardiovascular disease risk factors.

2009-04-28 00:11:13

Pomegranate juice may slow the progress of recurring prostate cancer, U.S. and Israeli researchers say. The two-stage clinical trial tracked 48 men over six years who had had rising prostate specific antigen scores after surgery or radiation.

2009-04-27 07:45:09

Pomegranate juice, a drink that's been touted as a super-food capable of doing everything from preventing heart disease to lowering cholesterol, may also offer a huge benefit to a new group of patients -- prostate cancer survivors.

2005-09-27 18:50:00

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Pomegranate juice, a deep red juice becoming popular as a health drink, works against prostate cancer cells in lab dishes and in mice, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday.

2005-09-27 14:29:15

WASHINGTON (Reuters) - Pomegranate juice, a deep red juice becoming popular as a health drink, works against prostate cancer cells in lab dishes and in mice, U.S. researchers reported on Tuesday.


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