Clarifying Gouts Confusion

Although the incidence of gout has tripled in the past 40 years, its often not identified or treated well.

Historically referred to as the rich mans disease, gout was once a curse experienced only by royalty who could splurge on the overindulgent lifestyle associated with the condition. Today, the presence of red, tender, swollen, hot joints is not confined only to the wealthy.
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