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The antioxicant vitamin C has a protective affect against joint inflammation or rheumatoid arthritis. Researchers claim that people consuming the lowest level of vitamin C were three times more likely to develop inflammatory arthritis. However, they also say that long-term use of vitamin C supplements might make osteoarthritis worse.
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About: Vitamin C intake may reduce risk of Rheumatoid Arthritis
Date: 9 June 2004
Source: WebMD Medical News
Author: Jennifer Warner
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