If arthritis is the first thing that comes to your mind when you have an achy joint, you could be right. But not necessarily. Problems with knees, elbows, fingers, wrists, and ankles—places where your bones connect to one another—can be signals of other medical problems.
To make sure you recognize the signs, read Joint Symptoms You Can't Ignore (and Ones You Can) on Johns Hopkins Medicine's Healthy Aging portal.
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