In the News: 03/03

Smokers And Divorced At Greater Risk For Arthritis? Its been well established that age, obesity and physical inactivity can contribute to the onset or severity of arthritis. But researchers at Atlantas Centers for Disease Control and Prevention now have found that arthritis appears to occur more commonly in people who are separated, divorced, or who have smoked. The findings, published in the Journal of Rheumatology and based on surveys of 17,556 people who had been diagnosed…
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