Washington: Green tea and chocolates may help reduce neurological complications linked to HIV, paving way for effective treatment of HIV related brain disorders, a new study has found. Research by Joseph Steiner and colleagues from Johns Hopkins University found that a group of plant polyphenols known as catechins, which naturally occur in green tea and the seed of the cacao tree, may help in the prevention of these neurological complications.
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