Can a Drink a Day Keep Joint Pain Away?

Research suggests a link between moderate alcohol consumption and a reduced risk of rheumatoid arthritis.

People have been enjoying beer, wine and other alcoholic beverages since before the first stones of the pyramids were dragged into place. But historical records show more than just instructions on the fermenting of fruits and grains. They also reveal discussions on the benefits and risks of drinking.
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