Added by Pat Williams on December 3, 2011
The editor at the Gout Treatment blog today announced the publication of a new article on gouty arthritis relief. The blog routinely publishes articles and new information about gout causes and treatments because gout affects everyone differently, particularly the elderly who are obese so it is necessary to continually research new treatments and to share information.
According the American Medical Association gout is connected with obesity, high cholesterol, high blood pressure and diabetes but it doesnít end there since men tend to suffer more from gout than women and people who have kidney disease are prone to develop gout at a faster rate than healthy people. Another problem is that not all gout treatments will work well for gouty arthritis or the other forms of gout that cause needle-like crystals in the joints.
There are about three million people who suffer from gout in the United States alone and about three percent of those three million people cannot be helped with treatment medications or conventional therapy. The Gout Treatment blog seeks to provide those people with helpful and useful information that will help them alleviate some of the pain if not get rid of it entirely. A few of the articles that can be found on the blog include:
The staff on the Gout Treatment blog has two more articles that they are going to publish before the end of the year after the research is complete. One of the articles that the staff is currently working on is related to a follow-up to last yearís release of the gout medication called Krystexxa which was approved for clinical trials by the FDA around September of 2010.
The Gout Treatment blog provides information about gout treatment. Written by authors that suffer from the disease, the authors found found that certain natural treatments work well for them more so than others. They have even created a gout treatment diet that helps people with chronic gouty arthritis and other forms of the disease and plan to keep researching and writing about their findings to help their readers.
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