acetaminophen is often NOT enough for osteoarthritis patients

New evidence supports what we've long suspected...acetaminophen is often NOT enough for osteoarthritis patients.

Current guidelines recommend acetaminophen for initial treatment of osteoarthritis.

But recent studies show that acetaminophen alone DOESN'T always work that well for osteoarthritis...and NSAIDs are often more effective.

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