Serendipitous Gout Research Findings

Those who suffer from Gout know how painful and tiresome that flare-ups can be. A painstaking amount of thought and care is taken to eliminate triggers and make lifestyle changes to avoid repeated attacks. And, as the prevalence of Gout keeps climbing sufferers may be able to find brief solace over the condition’s silver lining….

How This 1 Study Debunks Common Osteoarthritis Knowledge

Osteoarthritis is the most common chronic condition of the joints, with an estimated 30.8M adults in the United States reported having osteoarthritis from 2008-2011.1 The condition is characterized by a breakdown of the protective cartilage that cushions the ends of bones, and affects more heavily used joints such as those in the hands and spine.2…

Q&A: Patient Advocate, Madeleine Boyson

Madeleine Boyson is currently pursuing a degree a history, with a focus in art curation. She studied abroad in Oxford, England to pursue this, but ended the trip early because of her chronic Lyme Disease. This led to her eventual need and seeking out of a healthcare community. After receiving continuous positive benefits from her…

The Surprising Link Between Type 2 Diabetes & Vegetarianism

We are all well-aware that a diet high in fruits and vegetables is essential to living a healthy lifestyle. We have also been taught that living a healthy lifestyle is the main preventative measure to avoiding the increasingly prevalent Type 2 Diabetes. While the meaning of following a healthy diet may vary from person to…