Gout and Arthritis Pain Relieved by Eating Cherries

Eating Cherries May Cut Gout Attacks
MedPage Today
By Nancy Walsh, Staff Writer, MedPage Today Patients with gout sharply decreased their risk for painful disease attacks by including cherries in their diet, a study found.

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