Monday, April 11, 2005

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Some commonly touted unproven treatments for arthritis are harmful,
according to the foundation, including snake venom and DMSO (or
dimethyl sulfoxide), an industrial solvent similar to turpentine.

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Arthritis
Although there is no cure for arthritis, the symptoms may come and
go with no explanation. According to the Arthritis Foundation, "You
may think a new remedy worked because you took it when your
symptoms were going away."

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Older Americans may be especially vulnerable to health fraud
because approximately 80 percent of them have at least one chronic
health problem, according to Renner. Many of these problems, such
as arthritis, have no cure and, for some people, no effective treatment.
He says their pain and disability lead to despair, making them
excellent targets for deception.

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People at Risk
Teenagers and the elderly are two prime targets for health fraud
promoters.
Teenagers concerned about their appearance and susceptible to peer
pressure may fall for such products as fraudulent diet pills, breast
developers, and muscle-building pills.