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Does Tylenol for arthritis prevent arthritic pain?


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2007-08-14 13:38:03
2007-08-14 13:38:03

Yes! If you are anticipating anything that will cause your arthritis to act up, take it before you start this project. It also helps if you take it after your project.

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