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Individuals who have quit smoking for a sustained period of time — 30 or more years — have a 37% reduced risk for seropositive rheumatoid arthritis, compared with those who quit between 0 and 5 years ago, according to data published in Arthritis Care & Research.“Previous studies have established smoking as a risk factor for RA, but mostly compared current or past smokers to