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Gout is a particularly painful type of arthritis that results from high blood levels of a compound called uric acid,
which forms when your body breaks down purine, a substance common in foods such as dried beans and peas, asparagus, salmon, organ meats and mushrooms. Gout occurs when the body does not break down uric acid the way it should. Learn more
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