Major Study Declares Arthritis Drugs Useless Regardless of Dose. Exercise Best To Battle Joint Pain.
By Malden Davies, Prevent Disease
April 6, 2016
Those plagued with the most common form of arthritis are told to take Acetominophen and other anti-inflammatory medications to relieve their pain. But a major study published found it does little to ease agony caused by osteoarthritis – as many sufferers can no doubt attest.
The research, published in The Lancet, warned no matter how high the dose, acetaminophen based drugs such as paracetamol are ineffective against this form of the condition.