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  1. Study Raises New Questions About Glucosamine

    March 14, 2000 (Atlanta) -- It's a rainy day in Omaha, and Betty Rindone's knees and hips are bothering her. "It's 100% humidity," she tells WebMD. "I can always tell." After she had been plagued by years of minor aches and pains, Betty's knee gave out four years ago. "I just went down," she remembe

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  2. Jury Still Out on Use of Supplements to Treat Arthritis

    March 14, 2000 (Washington) -- True or false: Dietary supplements containing glucosamine and chondroitin are attractive alternatives to anti-inflammatory drugs for treating osteoarthritis (OA). True, says an analysis in the Journal of the American Medical Association (JAMA), the first professional A

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  3. Dietary Supplement May Slow Progression of Knee Osteoarthritis

    Nov. 15, 1999 (Boston) -- In news that is sure to have dietary supplement makers falling to their knees in thanks, European researchers report on results of a 3-year study indicating that a single daily dose of glucosamine sulfate appears to decrease the progression and ameliorate the signs and symp

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  4. How Osteoarthritis Affects Your Knee

    How Osteoarthritis Affects Your Knee

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