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Gout: A Curable Disease That Often Is Undertreated

Gout, one of the most understood and common forms of inflammatory arthritis, is not only treatable, but curable as well. Yet, researchers in Europe and the United States tell us that the incidence of gout continues to rise, that less than half of patients seek treatment for the specific condition,

What Could Be Causing Your Gout Symptoms?

What Could Be Causing Your Gout Symptoms?

About 8 million Americans suffer from gout, according to the American College of Rheumatology. While men are particularly vulnerable to gout symptoms (6 million American men have the condition), women become increasingly susceptible to gout as they get older.

Menopause may be what causes gout in older women. Studies suggest

Fight Back Against Acute Gout Attacks

Gout is the most common type of inflammatory arthritis and affects more than eight million adults. If you ever have it, you will never confuse it with regular joint pain.

“It suddenly strikes like flicking on a light switch,” says rheumatologist Roy Altman, MD, a professor of med-icine at UCLA Health.

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