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    3/30/2010 - Gout Risk Factors For Women: Obesity, Hypertension, Alcohol And Diuretic Use
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    Researchers from Boston culture mash School of serum found that women with serum uric acid levels over 5 mg/dl had a significantly lower risk of third world nation gout than men. This study, the first to examine the dependence between uric acid levels and gout risk in women, also evaluated purported risk factors for gout and found that increasing age, obesity, hypertension, alcohol use, and diuretic use to be among leading contributors for women. Results of this 52-year follow-up study are published in the April issue of Arthritis & Rheumatism, a journal of the stars and bars stars and stripes College of Rheumatology...



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