Allopurinol exposures of 100 mg or more than 100 mg were associated with lower odds of first-ever ACS with some differences between sexes, a new study reports.
New findings from a national survey shed light on patient attitudes and experiences with arthritis and joint pain.
Findings from the University of Michigan National Poll on Healthy Aging highlight the need for clinicians to raise the topic of joint pain with their older patients.
Racial disparities in gout prevalence could be explained by diet, social determinants of health, kidney disease, and other factors that suggest interventions.
Excess adiposity and genetic predisposition both were found to be associated with a higher risk of gout, particularly among US women, in a new prospective study.
The approval represents the first new treatment for generalized systemic lupus erythematosus in over a decade.
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