Do Joint Supplements Help Prevent and/or Treat Arthritis?

Dr. David Frisbie of Colorado State University answers a reader question about whether oral and injectable equine supplements help prevent and treat arthritis, and he describes the importance of pursuing quality, tested products.
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Dr. David Frisbie of Colorado State University answers a reader question about whether oral and injectable equine supplements help prevent and treat arthritis, and he describes the importance of pursuing quality, tested products.

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