Does glucosamine help your arthritis get better?

Answer No -- glucosamine works to improve cartilage, joint fluids, and thus improve flexibility which may make arthritic joints less painful. You can certainly give it a try, although it is a rather expe... Read More »

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Does arthritis ever get better?

On One Hand: A Chronic ConditionArthritis is a chronic condition that grows worse and has no cure, according to the Mayo Clinic. Osteoarthritis, the most common type of arthritis, is caused by the ... Read More »

Does Aleve help arthritis?

On One Hand: Arthritis Pain ReliefAccording to WebMD and, Aleve (naproxen) is commonly used to treat the pain associated with arthritis. WebMD also lists relieving joint stiffness and swe... Read More »

How does ibuprofen help arthritis?

Ibuprofen and Arthritis Ibuprofin is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drug (NSAID), like aspirin, that is used to reduce the inflammation that causes joint pain, stiffness, and swelling. Ibuprofen... Read More »

Does an arthritis bracelet help?

On One Hand: Researchers investigate copper arthritis braceletsTwo studies documented on the National Institutes of Health's website, one in 1976 and one in 1981, say arthritis sufferers received r... Read More »