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June 2, 2013
Clean cuisine: Anti-inflammatory diet helps multiple sclerosis patient keep symptoms at bay
MS patients: Instead of reaching for the medicine jar, reach into your refrigerator.
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Better diagnosis detects more MS cases
Doctors say that better diagnostic facilities have led to detection of more cases of the disease, that affects two million people globally.
Ginkgo helpful in multiple sclerosis
The herbal remedy ginkgo biloba has been shown to improve cognitive problems in multiple sclerosis.
May 3, 2013
Chris Wright: NBA Player With Multiple Sclerosis Blessed Despite Adversity
Chris Wright, the 23-year-old guard, made history when he signed on with the Dallas Mavericks as the first player in the NBA with multiple sclerosis last month.
Researchers map use of alternative treatment among multiple sclerosis patients
A major Nordic research project involving researchers from the University of Copenhagen has, for the first time ever, mapped the use of alternative treatment among multiple sclerosis patients - knowledge which is important for patients with chronic diseas
‘Worm Therapy’: Could Swallowing Live Parasites Help Treat Multiple Sclerosis?
Could 'worm therapy,' the intentional ingestion of live parasitic worms, be useful in mitigating the symptoms of multiple sclerosis? Researchers at the University of Wisconsin think so.
April 3, 2013
Salt may be risk factor for MS
What started as a detailed study of the inner workings of one kind of immune cell has led two teams of researchers from New England to a surprising insight: a high-salt diet may increase risk of autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis and psoriasi
Promising Target for Multiple Sclerosis Treatments Identified
A team of basic and clinical scientists led by the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre's (CRCHUM) Dr. Nathalie Arbour has opened the door to significantly improved treatments for the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS).
Multiple sclerosis doesn’t define Mavericks guard Wright
An innocent slip of the foot turned into a life-changing experience for Chris Wright.
That slip, which occurred last March while Wright was playing basketball in Turkey, ultimately led to the 6-1 point guard discovering that he was suffering from multi
March 6, 2013
Treating Multiple Sclerosis with Chinese Medicine
Chinese medicine, including both acupuncture and herbs, offers a valuable alternative approach to treating MS.
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