Medications are intended to make us better. We go to see our doctor, we explain our symptoms, and they offer a diagnosis and a medication in hopes of fixing the problem. Some of us take medications temporarily, but many of us take medications for a chronic condition like diabetes.

Recently, a study found that a class of widely prescribed medications for type 2 diabetes was linked to joint pain.

Joint pain is commonly felt by older adults but is often overlooked as a normal part of aging. Joint pain can be debilitating and affect a person’s daily life, so if a medication used to treat one condition also results in joint pain, it can worsen a person’s quality of life.

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