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Learn about the over-the-counter and prescription medications recommended to ease OA pain.
What medications are used to treat osteoarthritis?
Drugs in this category relieve arthritis pain.
Topical arthritis treatment may relieve pain with less risk of side effects. Is it right for you?
FDA adds risk of liver damage to labels of anti-inflammatories containing diclofenac.
Corticosteroid injections can improve pain in some people with OA.
While there are many treatments available to attack your arthritis pain, each carries its own benefits and risks. Here’s what you need to know.
Aspirin, NSAIDs, acetaminophen may damage hearing.
A popular drug for arthritis pain relief is still safe, if you use it wisely.
Consensus from American College of Rheumatology stresses exercise, weight loss.
The Food and Drug Administration cites new evidence these opioid drugs can cause potentially fatal heart problems.
The weight of evidence suggests that a shot in the knee may bring some OA patients relief.
Researcher seeks better treatment for osteoarthritis at the base of the thumb.
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