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A gout flare can completely ruin a work trip or vacation. To minimize your risk of gout flares while traveling, follow these tips.
Living with gout? Here are some foods you can substitute for your old favorites. And, don’t worry, you can still enjoy a good drink and some sweets.
Before your next gym date, swim session, or neighborhood walk, here’s what you need to know about your gout (hyperuricemia) and exercise. Gout is caused by high levels of uric acid in the blood. Our update is from gout expert James O’Dell, M.D., vice ...
Once you’ve experienced the sudden, stabbing intensity of a gout flare, you’ll want to know these common triggers so it doesn't happen again.
You probably know alcohol aggravates gout. But did you know lentils, certain shellfish, and sugar can also push your uric acid levels too high?
When gout flares, it can cause pain and complications all over your body. These are some of the most common places gout pops up.
An overabundance of uric acid causes those achy joints. Here’s what to eat to keep your levels in check and help avoid painful flares.
DC Restaurateur John Fielding shares how he works around the rich foods that can cause his gout to flare.
A study revealed that there may be a significant connection between sleep apnea and gout.
New research shows that the same diet that helps reduce blood pressure can help ease gout symptoms, too.