Sheep disease toxin shines a light on multiple sclerosisA sheep disease has parallels with multiple sclerosis. A study identifies antibodies to the toxin in humans, providing clues as to the condition’s origin. … read...
Possible approach discovered for treating Multiple SclerosisAround 2.5 million people are affected by the autoimmune disease Multiple Sclerosis (MS), the most common central nervous system disease among young adults. There are around 12,500 MS...
How using your legs keeps your brain healthyNew research shows how restricting movement in legs impairs brain health over time. A certain kind of leg exercise, by contrast, keeps neurons healthy. … read morePosted...
High-Fat Diets Could Pose Danger to Young MS PatientsThese regimens raised the risk for disease relapse, study foundSource: HealthDay … read morePosted At: Medline Plus
Looking at MS and balance in a new way: An interview with National MS Society Research Trainee Brett
Looking at MS and balance in a new way: An interview with National MS Society Research Trainee Brett/About-the-Society/News/Looking-at-MS-and-balance-in-a-new-way-An-intervie … read morePosted At: National MS Society
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