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Gout sufferers often complain that their symptoms flare up when they eat tomatoes-even though the fruit isn't a recognised dietary trigger for the problem
Gout has always been associated with high living, an unfortunate consequence of too much rich food and drink
Several factors contribute to cataract formation, including physiological factors (age), medications (such as steroids, gout drugs), illnesses (like diabetes, heart disease, hypothyroidism), and lifestyle and environmental factors (smoking, obesity, ultraviolet and heavy-metal exposures)
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