Study explores link between dynamic changes in metabolic syndrome and risk of gout
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 Study explores link between dynamic changes in metabolic syndrome and risk of gout
 
Study explores link between dynamic changes in metabolic syndrome and risk of goutIn a study published in Arthritis & Rheumatology that included nearly 1.3 million men aged 20–39 years who participated in three serial health check-ups at two-year intervals, men with metabolic syndrome (MetS) and those who developed MetS-;especially those with the MetS components of elevated triglycerides and abdominal obesity-;had higher risks of developing gout.
 
 
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