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5 Myths About Multiple Sclerosis and Depression

5 Myths About Multiple Sclerosis and Depression

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a serious condition that comes with a variety of symptoms, often different for each person. But about half of people with MS share a common condition — depression.

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New Study: Regular Exercise Helps to Maintain Brain Tissue Volume in People with MS

New Study: Regular Exercise Helps to Maintain Brain Tissue Volume in People with MS

In a study of 153 people with MS, those who regularly engaged in physical activity maintained brain tissue volume in an area of the brain linked to learning and memory, compared with people who did not regularly exercise.

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Stressful life events are associated with the risk of multiple sclerosis

Stressful life events are associated with the risk of multiple sclerosis

Researchers investigated the role of stress in multiple sclerosis (MS) by performing the largest population‐based case–control study on this topic.

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Dairy And Increased Risk Of Multiple Sclerosis

Dairy And Increased Risk Of Multiple Sclerosis

There is no cure, but emerging research suggests that there are ways to reduce one’s risk and assuage certain symptoms.

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How to Treat Multiple Sclerosis with Diet

How to Treat Multiple Sclerosis with Diet

Multiple sclerosis is an unpredictable and frightening degenerative autoimmune inflammatory disease of the central nervous system in which our body attacks our own nerves. It often strikes in the prime of life and can cause symptoms in the brain, such as cognitive impairment; in the eye, such as painful loss of vision; as well as tremors, weakness, loss of bladder control, pain, and fatigue.

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Gut Immune Cells That Travel to Brain May Help Resolve MS Disease Relapses NOVEMBER 25, 2020

Gut Immune Cells That Travel to Brain May Help Resolve MS Disease Relapses NOVEMBER 25, 2020

Gut Immune Cells That Travel to Brain May Help Resolve MS Disease Relapses NOVEMBER 25, 2020 Marta FigueiredoBY MARTA FIGUEIREDO IN NEWS. Gut Immune Cells That Travel to Brain May Help Resolve MS Disease Relapses

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