Ask The Doctors: 09/09

There is no evidence that alcohol consumption contributes to the development of arthritis. To the contrary, several recent studies have shown that moderate alcohol consumption protects against the development and severity of rheumatoid arthritis, although it is not clear exactly why. The important part of the message, however, is "moderation," meaning no more than one or two glasses of wine, beer, or spirits per day.
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