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Regular tipple may curb risk of rheumatoid arthritis

Alcohol cuts the risk of developing rheumatoid arthritis by up to 50%, reveals research published ahead of print in the Annals of the Rheumatic Diseases. The Scandinavian researchers base their findings on more than 2750 people taking part in two separate studies, which assessed environmental a...

A Tipple a Day may Be heart Friendly for Women

Epidemiologists at the University at Buffalo have revealed that women who regularly enjoy an alcoholic drink or two have a significantly lower risk of having a non-fatal heart attack than women who are life-time abstainers. Women in the study who reported being intoxicated at least once a m...

No need for reduced alcohol consumption in later life

... Said Dr. Lang: The upshot of this research is that a little of what you fancy does you good. There is no reason why older people should not enjoy a tipple this Christmas, as long as they are sensible about it. Previous research has shown that middle-aged people can benefit from moderate drinking these f...
Tipple in Biological News

Stem cells grown in lab mirror normal developmental steps

... illustrates the importance of atmospheric carbon dioxide as an agent of both climate and biological change," Pagani said. Collaborators were Brett tipple from Yale, James C. Zachos and Stephen Bohaty at University of California, Santa Cruz and Katherine Freeman at Pennsylvania State. ...

Invasive parasite destroying fish species

... illustrates the importance of atmospheric carbon dioxide as an agent of both climate and biological change," Pagani said. Collaborators were Brett tipple from Yale, James C. Zachos and Stephen Bohaty at University of California, Santa Cruz and Katherine Freeman at Pennsylvania State. ...

Deep sea algae connect ancient climate, carbon dioxide and vegetation

... illustrates the importance of atmospheric carbon dioxide as an agent of both climate and biological change," Pagani said. Collaborators were Brett tipple from Yale, James C. Zachos and Stephen Bohaty at University of California, Santa Cruz and Katherine Freeman at Pennsylvania State. ...
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