Gout and Women

Gout and Women

Is Gout More Common in Men or Women? Although gout is widely considered a male disease, gout in women is not that uncommon. A 2008

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Salt and Gout

Gout and Salt

Too Much Salt Should Be Avoided in a Gout Diet Although little research has been done on the subject of salt and/or sodium in regards

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Bananas and Gout

Gout and Bananas

A Banana a Day Keeps The Gout Away! Bananas originated in Southeast Asia particularly in Malaysia around 4000 years ago then spreading to the Philippines

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Gout and Psoriasis

Gout and Psoriasis

Does Suffering From Psoriasis Increase Your Risk of Developing Gout? Psoriasis is a disease in which red and white patches develop on the skin and

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Stages of Gout

Stages of Gout

4 Stages of Gout: Which Stage Are You In? Gout is an inflammatory disease that develops when uric acid levels are too high. Uric acid

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Gout and Diuretics

Gout and Diuretics

Can Diuretics Trigger a Gout Attack? A possible connection between the use of diuretics and the sudden development of gout was first identified more than

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Tophi

Gout and Tophi

Got Gout? How To Avoid Developing Tophi Tophus and Tophi both refer to the same thing, but what exactly is it? In Latin, it is

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Gout and Osteoarthritis
Gout Complications
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Osteoarthritis

Links Between Gout and Osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is the most common type of arthritis affecting 1 in 10 adults in North America and affects women as

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Nuts and Gout
Gout Foods to Eat
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Nuts

Are Nuts Good for Gout? We all eat nuts and we all have a favorite nut, like I personally love almonds and usually eat mostly

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Aspirin and Gout
Gout Prescription Drugs
Spiro Koulouris

Gout and Aspirin

Is Aspirin Good for Your Gout? Many gout sufferers ask if they should use aspirin to either treat a gout attack or if they can

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