acetaminophen is often NOT enough for osteoarthritis

Even though current guidelines recommend it, acetaminophen is often NOT enough for osteoarthritis.

Experts recommend acetaminophen for initial treatment of osteoarthritis because of the belief that it works as well as NSAIDs...and is better tolerated.

Now the latest evidence shows that acetaminophen alone DOESN'T work for many patients with osteoarthritis...and NSAIDs are usually more effective.

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