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Taking oral contraceptives (OCs) may benefit women who have inflammatory arthritis, according to research. In the image, a woman holds a blister pack of oral contraceptives

Researchers found that women who used or had used oral contraceptives (pictured) had better scores on a number of rheumatoid arthritis scores

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