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Alcohol and Arthritis
Alcohol consumption is associated with lower self-reported disease activity and better health-related quality of life in female rheumatoid arthritis patients (Oct 2013)
Alcohol consumption as a preventive factor for developing rheumatoid arthritis (Sept 2013)
Early arthritis associated with reduced consumption of alcohol (Aug 2013)
The protective effect of alcohol on developing rheumatoid arthritis: a systematic review and meta-analysis general (June 2013)

Moderate drinking may cut women’s risk for rheumatoid arthritis (Sep 2012)

Moderate drinking lowers risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis in women (Sep 2012)
Alcohol consumption and reduced risk of  rheumatoid arthritis (Oct 2010)
Alcohol consumption lowers risk of developing severe arthritic conditions (Oct 2010)
Moderate drinking may slow arthritis progression
Alcohol may prevent rheumatoid arthritis
Alcohol may offer protection against arthritis
Alcohol may protect against Rheumatoid Arthritis
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