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Knee arthroscopy requires admission to hospital and an anaesthetic. It carries some risk of harm such as infection or further damage in the joint. from shutterstock.com

Needless procedures: knee arthroscopy is one of the most common but least effective surgeries

Doctors tend to overestimate how good their treatments are and underestimate the harms that come from them. But many studies have shown knee arthroscopy to no more effective than fake surgery.
Glucosamine for osteoarthritis is one of the most commonly used complementary medicines in the western world. from www.shutterstock.com

Science or Snake Oil: is glucosamine good for joints?

There is evidence glucosamine can provide relief in osteoarthritis patients, but not enough to support its use as a preventative.

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