Arthritis Research & Therapy found that people who smoke and those who were anti-citrullinated autoantibody-positive who drink two or more cups of tea per day experienced reduction in rheumatoid arthritis risk, compared with those with no or lower tea consumption. The findings were based on data from 2,237 incident RA cases and 4,661 controls."/> Arthritis Research & Therapy found that people who smoke and those who were anti-citrullinated autoantibody-positive who drink two or more cups of tea per day experienced reduction in rheumatoid arthritis risk, compared with those with no or lower tea consumption. The findings were based on data from 2,237 incident RA cases and 4,661 controls."/> Tea may lower RA risk in smokers, study says

Tea may lower RA risk in smokers, study says

2021-09-24

A study in Arthritis Research & Therapy found that people who smoke and those who were anti-citrullinated autoantibody-positive who drink two or more cups of tea per day experienced reduction in rheumatoid arthritis risk, compared with those with no or lower tea consumption. The findings were based on data from 2,237 incident RA cases and 4,661 controls.

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