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  • Gout & Nutrition: Summer Edition

    Gout & Nutrition: Summer Edition

    Summer is in full swing. And so are the foods and activities that come with the warmer weather.

  • 5 Things You Didn’t Know About Gout

    5 Things You Didn’t Know About Gout

    May 22 is Gout Awareness Day, a chance to raise awareness about a condition that affects over 9 million Americans.

  • The Value of a Diagnosis

    The Value of a Diagnosis

    The excruciating pain of gout affects over 9 million Americans. While there are a wide range of treatments to help patients manage their condition, they must first be diagnosed.

  • The Gout and Mental Health Connection

    The Gout and Mental Health Connection

    Gout is a form of inflammatory arthritis that causes painful swelling in and around the joints. But the pain often doesn’t stop there.

  • Which Gout Management Style Describes You?

    Which Gout Management Style Describes You?

    Managing gout successfully is more than just treating the flares. But what does that actually look like?

  • Dr. Parker Explains: What is Uric Acid?

    Dr. Parker Explains: What is Uric Acid?

    If you’re living with gout, you’ve probably heard about uric acid before. But what exactly is it? And how does it impact you? The Gout Support Group of America interviewed Dr. Chris Parker to answer these questions and more. Want to learn more about uric acid? The Gout Support Group of America’s Uric Acid 101…

  • 2023 In Review

    2023 In Review

    As we come to the end of another year, we find ourselves reflecting on how the Gout Support Group has grown in 2023.

  • Seeking Support: Finding Hope for Gout Patients

    Seeking Support: Finding Hope for Gout Patients

    Stigma. Isolation. Hopelessness. On top of excruciating pain, people living with gout often experience these feelings as they navigate this disease on their own.

  • 5 Ways to Support Your Friends and Loved Ones With Gout

    5 Ways to Support Your Friends and Loved Ones With Gout

    Do you have a friend or loved one who has gout? It can be hard to know how to help, especially when you see them experiencing pain.