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Paracetamol 'not clinically effective' in treating joint pain
Paracetamol and NSAIDs are usually the first line treatment for mild to moderate pain management in osteoarthritis, but paracetamol is used more frequently in the long-term because of the cardiovascular and gastrointestinal side effects associated with ... [...]
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Paracetamol 'not effective' against arthritis, says study
BERN (Switzerland): Paracetamol, a common over-the-counter pain-reliever, does not work in the treatment of osteoarthritis, a joint disorder afflicting tens of millions of elderly people, according to a study released on Friday. When taken on its own ... [...]
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Paracetamol 'not effective' against arthritis
Paracetamol, a common over-the-counter pain-reliever, does not work in the treatment of osteoarthritis, a joint disorder afflicting tens of millions of elderly people, according to a study released Friday. When taken on its own to alleviate pain or ... [...]
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