Features January 2013 Issue

NSAIDs: Benefits Outweigh Risks for Most

The most widely used drugs in the U.S. provide pain relief and control inflammation, but they may also produce serious side effects without warning.

Nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs—NSAIDs—are almost essential for many patients who have arthritis, but they are not harmless.

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