Reprint permissionsBy Mayo Clinic Staff
To help achieve our mission of empowering people to manage their health, we are pleased to make Mayo Clinic's consumer health information available for personal or noncommercial use in print only (no online use). For media requests, send email to Mayo Clinic News Bureau.
Sources of eligible content
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Reuse of Mayo Clinic consumer health information is permitted in accordance with the following guidelines:
Photocopies and reprints
Articles may be photocopied or reprinted free of charge under the following conditions.
- Content will be used in hard copy print materials or educational presentations. (Online use or any other electronic media format is not allowed.)
- The content is to be printed in its entirety.
- Additions, deletions or changes in the text, title or illustrations may not be made.
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Source: Reprinted from the MayoClinic.com article "Exercise helps ease arthritis pain and stiffness" (http://www.mayoclinic.com/health/arthritis/AR00009)
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- Short excerpts or citations from eligible Mayo Clinic content may be used so long as no changes to the text are made and the information is credited to Mayo Clinic.
- Visit the Using our site as a source page for additional information.
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- Images (allowed only in conjunction with associated article)
- Interactive tools or tables, including Symptom Checker
- Book content
- Drugs and Supplements (from Mayo Clinic's website)
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- Mobile (including mobile apps)
- Any other electronic medium
- Sold or redistributed for financial gain
- Advertising or marketing materials
- As part of a legal/court proceeding
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June 22, 2012