Risky Mixes: The Dangers of Drug Doubling

Interactions between arthritis medications can be deadly.

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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