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I have just been diagnosed with osteoarthritis by my primary

I have just been diagnosed with osteoarthritis by my primary provider; the pain started about three weeksa ago. I am taking Tylenol three times a day to help with the pain. Pain is in hip and knee. Is there anything I can do myself through light exercise to help? Am 71 and try to exercise at least four times a week. Thank you.
Tue, 9 Oct 2018
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