Cherries Can Help Stop Some Arthritis Pain


By CBS-8 Reporter

Eating cherries may stop the pain caused by gout.

Gout is a type of arthritis that attacks the joints.

The joits most often attacked are the big toe, knee and ankle.

Boston doctors found people who ate cherries had a 35 percent lower risk of gout flare ups.

They believe the fruit lowers the inflammation that causes pain.


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