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- Acetaminophen : An analgesic antipyretic drug widely used for the treatment of headaches, fever and other minor aches and pains; has no antiinflammatory activity
- Arthritis : A group of medical conditions where there is damage caused to the joints of the body.
- Benjamin Rush : (1745 - 1813) American physician, educator, chemist, writer, and Founding Father who is known as the "Father of American Psychiatry."
- Colchicine : Poisonous, pale-yellow alkaloid obtained from the seed capsules, corms, and bulbs of the meadow saffron, used in plant breeding to induce chromosome doubling and in medicine to treat gout.
- Colchicum : Genus of flowering corm-producing European and North African perennial plant, having showy colourful flowers that appear in the fall.
- Digital object identifier : Unique label for a computer readable object that can be found on the internet, usually used in academic journals.
- Glucocorticoid : Corticosteroids that affect carbohydrate metabolism, inhibit adrenocorticotropic hormone secretion, and are anti-inflammatory.
- Hyperuricemia : Elevated uric acid level in the bloodstream, considered a risk factor for the development or gout and may lead to renal disease.
- John Napier : (1550 – 4 April 1617) The eighth Laird of Merchistoun, a mathematician, physicist, and astrologer.
- Naproxen : Non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drug commonly used for the reduction of moderate to severe pain, fever, inflammation and stiffness.
- Orch-OR : A speculative theory of consciousness proposed in the mid-1990s by British theoretical physicist Sir Roger Penrose and American anesthesiologist Stuart Hameroff.