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Contraceptive pill linked to reduced risk of rheumatoid arthritis – GP online

06:06 EDT 18 Aug 2017 | Life Sciences Health

GP onlineContraceptive pill linked to reduced risk of rheumatoid arthritisGP onlineTaking oral contraceptive for seven or more consecutive years is linked to a 19% lower risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis (RA), according to researchers. Doctors Net Discuss on Doctors.net.uk. Current and past use of oral contraceptives offers ...Use of oral contraceptives linked with reduced patient risk for rheumatoid arthritisHealioTaking the pill lowers women's risk of getting arthritisInternational Business Times UKBirth control pills may reduce women's risk of arthritisDeccan Chronicleall 5 news articles

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