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Abnormal glucose tolerance does not influence knee, hip, or hand osteoarthritis

02:00 EDT 17 Apr 2018 | Arthritis Digest

Diabetes and osteoarthritis are two common chronic conditions that people may have at the same time. So scientists have looked at how close the link between the two diseases is, particularly if abnormal glucose metabolism comes into play as a separate risk factor for knee, hip and hand osteoarthritis. They referred to data from 40 […]

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