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Gout Symptoms: Foot Pain, Especially In Your Big Toe, Is a Sign

Gout Symptoms: Foot Pain, Especially In Your Big Toe, Is a Sign

Since gout is often thought of as a man’s disease, many women lack awareness of gout symptoms—foot pain, in particular—which means that many women have gout but aren’t aware they have it.

“Although women are less likely than men to suffer from gout, a woman’s chance of developing gout increases significantly

Pain in Your Big Toe May Be Gout

When you think about gout, an image of an older man who eats a lot of steaks and burgers and drinks beer might come to mind—but gout is also a woman’s disease.

“Although women are less likely than men to suffer from gout, a woman’s chance of developing gout increases significantly

New Strategy for Gout: Treat-to-Target Goals

A group of international experts has developed the first treat-to-target method for treatment of gout, a concept that has been applied successfully to several other inflammatory rheumatic diseases, such as rheumatoid arthritis and psoriatic arthritis.
Gout is associated with hypertension, diabetes, metabolic syndrome and kidney and cardiovascular disease, with a strong

Ask the EN Experts: Safety of Non-Bovine Milks; Nettle Plants

Q. Are milks from other animals, such as goat and camel, healthy?

A. All mammals—such as cows, sheep, goats, buffalo, horses, camels, and donkeys—produce milk, though we typically limit our milk-drinking to cow’s milk once we are weaned from human breast milk. However, other milks, such as

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