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Lifestyle changes and natural remedies can complement your rheumatoid arthritis medications.
Heparin, warfarin and other anticoagulants are usually prescribed to prevent blood clots after knee-replacement surgery. This OTC choice is safer, cheaper.
Get better control over your rheumatoid arthritis with these use-right-away tips from the American College of Rheumatology annual meeting.
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If you have shoulder pain, you might get the wrong diagnosis and then have surgery that’s no more effective than physical therapy!
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Do you have arthritis and want to ease pain and fatigue? This no-cost prescription is the ticket.
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Shoulder surgery is common. But you can probably avoid it—even if you already have serious shoulder pain.
Kevin, a guard at Gitmo, complained of shoulder and knee pains that only appeared when he was in Cuba but disappeared when home in Connecticut.
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