Gout: 14 Tips on Eating, Drinking and More

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The most famous person afflicted by gout was probably Henry VIII. But gout is an equal opportunity disease that affects people from all walks of life, and women as well as men. Below, we uncover the truth behind some of the myths surrounding this form of inflammatory arthritis. Learn how we diagnose and treat gout and discover what you can do to prevent flare-ups.

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The most famous person afflicted by gout was probably Henry VIII. But gout is an equal opportunity disease that affects people from all walks of life, and women as well as men. Below, we uncover the truth behind some of the myths surrounding this form of inflammatory arthritis. Learn how we diagnose and treat gout and discover what you can do to prevent flare-ups.

By: Scott Burg, DO

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