Study finds no link between pollution and rheumatoid arthritis
Some research has suggested a connection between exposure to air pollution and the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis, but a large study of U.S. nurses has found no link.
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#1 Mar 15, 2013
Why would there be? It starts with vaccines causing uncontrolled inflammation. Why do you think children get arthritis now but not before Pharma invented vaccines for everything. Autoimmune disorders are rampant because of it.
#2 Mar 22, 2013
There has been some long standing speculation that the environment may have some influence on how people develop and manage their arthritis. So this is some good news that certain environmental factors, such as, pollution offers no conclusive link in the development of arthritis, however this may mean that researchers should also conduct more studies in order to be certain that pollution has no definitive influence in arthritis. See some related topic here: depuysettlements. com
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#3 May 22, 2013
most of these diseases are caused by the choice of food we intake and the kind of lifestyles we have
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