Kitchen Helpers

We test six gadgets designed to ease arthritis pain.

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In coping with arthritis, its best to keep your body as strong as possible by trying to do things yourself. But when youre in pain, assistive devices can help you do tasks faster and more efficiently. Nowhere is this more true than in the kitchen, where an abundance of tasks-slicing, dicing, handling pots, opening cans, jars, boxes and bottles-faces you. …
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