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Many People Still Misusing Antibiotics
Health experts have long been urging patients to take antibiotics only as directed. But many people don’t seem to have gotten the message.

Tai Chi May Work Well for Knee Arthritis
Knee pain and stiffness are common when you have osteoarthritis of the knee. Physical therapy and medicines can help ease those symptoms—as can the martial art tai chi.

Knee Arthritis Not Helped by Vitamin D
Vitamin D is important for good bone health. But it doesn’t help relieve pain or slow down osteoarthritis of the knee, a recent study says.

Prediabetes Affects 1 in 3 American Adults
Do you have prediabetes? You might not know if you do. In fact, more than one in three adults in the U.S. has prediabetes, according to the CDC.
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