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Painter and decorator Paul Heseltine was told that medicine couldn’t help with his osteoarthritis—and so he became his own medical detective. Using a three-pronged approach, Paul has reversed the disease and is now planning on running a half-marathon
Keyhole surgery for knee pain and damaged joints has been hailed as one of the major breakthroughs of medicine-but a new study says the procedure should be scrapped because the risks outweigh any benefits
Most people suffering from back pain and arthritis reach out for the paracetamol-but the drug doesn't work, new research has found