Researchers find that among patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis, knee replacement patients had a lower risk of heart failure after three years. After seven years,...

Researchers find that among patients diagnosed with osteoarthritis, knee replacement patients had a lower risk of heart failure after three years. After seven years, their risk of dying for any reason was 50 percent lower, the New York Times reports.


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