A tea towel is a useful tool for keeping things neat in a tea party.
And researchers have found that it may help people to drink more tea, and perhaps even live longer.
The idea behind the towel is that it helps keep people cool by keeping the temperature down, and in the case of tea towels, by keeping things from burning.
It is actually made of plastic.
But a study led by Dr David Hsieh of the University of California, Berkeley, found that people who used the tea towel for two days, two weeks, or three weeks lived on average for three years longer than people who never used the towel.
The towel was used in a study of more than 600 adults aged between 35 and 74, and the study looked at people’s risk of developing type 2 diabetes, type 2 hypertension, and other chronic diseases.
“We found that using a tea towel significantly reduced risk of mortality for people with chronic disease and diabetes,” Dr Hsiehy said.
“People who were using a towel for more than two days and two weeks had a significant decrease in risk of death, while those who were never using a towels risk of dying rose by 10 per cent.”
The study found that the people who had the towel in the morning had a 20 per cent lower risk of being diagnosed with diabetes than those who did not.
The researchers also found that use of the towel during the afternoon or evening increased people’s chances of developing hypertension and type 2, and also a decrease in their chance of developing diabetes.
The study was published in the American Journal of Epidemiology.
The research was funded by the US National Institutes of Health.