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Researchers analyzed the results of 47 randomized clinical trials and found uncertainty about the long-term effectiveness of osteoarthritis treatments.
If you have arthritis that affects your hands, everyday tasks can be painful. Here's how hand exercises may help.
Taking vitamin D supplements doesn’t decrease loss of cartilage or pain due to knee osteoarthritis.
Before you consider one of these potent medicines to manage arthritis pain, it’s essential to balance the benefit you might gain against the well-known risks.
Some complementary or alternative treatments for osteoarthritis can be dangerous. Others won’t harm you, but they are not worth the money.
Is acetaminophen a good choice for your osteoarthritis hip or knee pain? Here’s what the latest research says.
If you struggle with osteoarthritis-related pain, there are several effective medications that can help. Here's what you should know.
You are the most important partner in the treatment plan for your arthritis.
For years, the dietary supplement glucosamine has been touted as an effective way to relieve the pain of osteoarthritis and slow or prevent joint deterioration.