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July 1998 Issue

Arthritis Antidotes Abound, But Do Any of Them Really Work?

There is no cure for arthritis. Yet you'd never know it, judging from the plethora of products promising relief from this debilitating disease that affects one in six Americans, two-thirds of them women. Americans spend about one billion dollars a year on unproved arthritis remedies. Though there is growing evidence that some nutrition remedies may be helpful, no one therapy can be expected to work for every type of arthritis. Of the more

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