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Learn about gout, its symptoms and its treatment.
Learn about the symptoms of gout and how it’s diagnosed.
Learn about this often painful form of inflammatory arthritis.
Gout appears to come out of nowhere, but it’s the result of a long process.
Work with your doctor to determine if you have gout.
Here’s a roundup of the latest research on this painful disease that affects millions.
Discover what researchers believe to be the causes of gout.
Gout is on the rise among Americans.
The risk of gout increases after menopause. Learn why and how to lower it.
Studies show a connection between obesity and the onset of gout.
Find out about what the treatment options are for gout and its symptoms.
These drugs relieve pain, inflammation and reduce uric acid in the blood.
Options for managing your gout long-term.
A step-by-step plan for treating gout attacks.
Gout attacks are unexpected and painful; here’s how to get a handle on them.
Learn about the importance of self-management for gout.
What to eat – and what to avoid – when it comes to managing gout.
Uric acid levels aren’t the only causes of gout attacks.
Research shows some foods may help reduce the risk of gout attacks.
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