Beware the Transition, Summer to Fall

Almost all of my gout attacks have come between August and October. Don't get me wrong: They don't come annually (anymore). I'm a lot older now. We all are. I've never lived on any medications, per the doctor's insistence, and my body has obviously been through more wear and tear than it's ever been. Logic would dictate that I should have more frequent gout attacks - but I have less. Why? Is aging not a factor in illness and disease? Don't be ridiculous. Aging is always a factor, but western culture and medicine often insist on highlighting it as the primary or only factor, which allows consumers to assume the victim role and pharmaceutical companies the role of multi-billionaire at the expe

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