Living with the “King’s Disease”
August 13, 2020
As a boy I would see my grandfather in his worn recliner, foot elevated, with his big toe as red as an apple. One day I asked him what happened, and he joked, “Don’t you know? I’m royalty. I have the king’s disease.”
Combining Medications Shows Promise for Gout Patients
July 21, 2020
New research offers a ray of hope for people living with uncontrolled gout.
Our Shared Struggle with Gout
June 9, 2020
As a high school athlete, I was always pushing protein. I didn’t pay attention to balanced nutrition. I just ate whatever I could to down 200 grams of protein each day.
The Gout Advice Patients May Not Hear
March 5, 2020
When it comes to suggestions for managing gout, anyone living with the condition is sure to receive an endless stream of mixed messages.
The Importance of Treating Gout Arthritis
January 14, 2020
There’s no reason to jeopardize your health or live in misery when gout can effectively be treated.
Don’t Tie Clinicians’ Hands on Gout Prescriptions
December 10, 2019
Often we think of barriers to medical treatment as something that happens after patients have a prescription from their health…
Patient-Centered Care Dominates Pain Policy Summit
December 9, 2019
If policymakers want to tackle America’s pain problem, they should begin by embracing individualized, patient-centered, care.
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