Risky Mixes: The Dangers of Drug Doubling

Interactions between arthritis medications can be deadly.

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Know your pills and avoid harmful combinations. Combining arthritis medications may bring added relief, but with an added risk of side effects and dangerous drug-drug interactions. Studies suggest that hundreds of thousands of Americans experience adverse drug events each year, some of them fatal.
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