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Gout Blog Posts
Gout Can Raise the Risk for Stroke
| Nov 20, 2017
Study finds that people with gout have the same risk for stroke as patients with diabetes.
Do Cherries Prevent Gout?
| Dec 13, 2016
Cherries may be your new secret weapon in preventing gout attacks. Learn more about the benefits of cherries and how to add them to your diet.
Have a Gout-Friendly Holiday
| Nov 21, 2016
Check out these smart substitutions you can make to keep holiday feasts from becoming triggers for gout attacks.
Top 8 Anti-Inflammatory Foods You Should Eat
| Nov 09, 2016
If you've heard good things about an anti-inflammatory diet and you're ready to try it, these 8 options can get you started.
6 Ways to Deal with Painful Gout Attacks
| Oct 28, 2016
Gout attacks can be sudden and excruciatingly painful. These 6 measures can help you combat the pain and find relief.
4 Ways Gout and Pseudogout Are Different
| May 23, 2016
Gout and pseudogout share some characteristics, but are separate conditions. This comparisons of the 2 conditions can help you understand the difference.
How to Prevent the Next Gout Attack
| Apr 28, 2016
If you've experienced a gout attack, you may wonder if another attack is inevitable. Luckily, there are steps you can take to help prevent them.
4 Types of Arthritis That Cause Sacroiliac Joint Pain
| Oct 05, 2015
The sacroiliac (SI) joints that join the spine to the pelvis can cause pain and inflammation when they’re affected by arthritis. Find out what types are prone to cause SI joint pain.
Researchers Discover Why Mainline Gout Drug Is Not Effective for Many
| Jul 24, 2015
The medication allopuinol is helpful to many people with gout for preventing future attacks, but for others it's not so effective. Now researchers think they know why.
Generic Option Returns for Important Gout Medication
| Feb 05, 2015
Colchicine has long been used as a reliable way to combat the pain and swelling of an acute gout attack—and now it's available in the U.S. in generic form.
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