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Surprising Risk Factors Of Multiple Sclerosis Do Not Overlook

Surprising Risk Factors Of Multiple Sclerosis Do Not Overlook

Risk Factors Of Multiple Sclerosis Your gender Montel Williams and a few other high profile male celebs have been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, but by and large, MS disproportionately strikes women, says Nancy...
How Temperature Affects People With Multiple Sclerosis

Staying Cool: How Temperature Affects People With Multiple Sclerosis

Heat sensitivity in people with Multiple Sclerosis Studies report that about 60 to 80% of people diagnosed with multiple sclerosis show excessive sensitivity to heat. People with this neurological disorder experience a temporary exacerbation...
Multiple Sclerosis Treatment: Miracle As Paralysed Patients Able To Walk

Multiple Sclerosis Treatment: Miracle As Paralysed Patients Able To Walk

Miracle multiple sclerosis treatment as paralysed patients able to walk An extreme new multiple sclerosis treatment has been shown to end the disease in its tracks hinting at the possibility of a cure.In...
Multiple Sclerosis Patient's Brain Shrinkage Is Associated With Hemoglobin Leak

Multiple Sclerosis Patient’s Brain Shrinkage Is Associated With Hemoglobin Leak

In multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, brain shrinkage is associated with hemoglobin leakage from the damaged red blood cells. The researchers found that treatments that less down hemoglobin levels actually slowed down...

Surprising Multiple Sclerosis Causes And Risk Factors

Multiple sclerosis causes can affect the central nervous system (CNS). Millions of nerve cells in the brain send signals throughout the body to control movement or sensation, memory, cognition and speech....
Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis Patients Lead To IBS And Migraine

Fatigue, the most commonly reported symptom in Multiple Sclerosis Patients , is associated with disease comorbidities such as depression, irritable bowel syndrome, migraine, and anxiety, according to the study “Fatigue and Comorbidities in...

Treatment For Multiple Sclerosis Repairs Brain Tissue, Reduces Nerve Damage

As the fight for treatment for multiple sclerosis continues, a research team has recently published a study describing a “potentially novel therapeutic target” that can repair damaged brain tissue in Multiple...

Most Important Tips For A Healthy Multiple Sclerosis Diet

Choose Low Fat, High Fiber Foods The National Multiple Sclerosis Society (NMSS) suggests that people with MS follow the same dietary guidelines recommended to the general population: Eat foods that are low...

Surprising Causes And Risk Factors Of Multiple Sclerosis That You May Not Know

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a progressive neurological disease that can affect the central nervous system (CNS). Millions of nerve cells in the brain send signals throughout the body to control movement,...

Study Finds Stem Cell Treatment Halts Multiple Sclerosis In 70% Of Patients

  By obliterating the broken immune systems of patients with severe forms of multiple sclerosis, then sowing fresh, defect-free systems with transplanted stem cells, researchers can thwart the degenerative autoimmune disease—but it...
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