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CT Scans Can Help Detect Gout
Typically, to diagnose gout, your doctor will withdraw fluid from affected joints and examine it for uric acid crystals. In some cases, a CT scan would be the better diagnostic option. Which cases are those? Read more...

Record Low Acorn Crop Will Raise Risk of Lyme Disease
The New York Times has reported that in New York's Central Park, and throughout the Northeastern states, acorn production has been scarce. Experts predict that the ecosystem will be affected, and consequently, the risk of Lyme disease will soar. Read more...

Arthritis Quiz - Myth or Fact?
Arthritis is a complicated disease with many myths and misconceptions. Can you separate the myths from the facts? Take the Arthritis Quiz - Myth or Fact...

Back Pain Quiz
Back pain is a very common condition. Four out of 5 people will actually experience low back pain sometime in their life. How much do you know about back pain? Take the Back Pain Quiz...
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