Words that end in “itis” usually equal bad news. This four-letter Greek suffix means inflammation. Derived from another Greek word, “arthron” means joint, and together arthron and itis create a painful condition in which joints because swollen, stiff, and sore. Most people believe that only older people develop arthritis, and while the majority of those […]
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