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High BMI, sugar-sweetened beverage consumption linked to higher risk for gout

22 Sep 2015
Individuals with a high BMI who consumed high amounts of sugar-sweetened beverages were more likely to have higher serum urate levels compared to individuals who consumed fewer sugar-sweetened beverages, regardless of BMI, according to the results of...

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