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Stressful life events are associated with the risk of multiple sclerosis - Jiang - - European Journal of Neurology - Wiley Online Library

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Diroximel Fumarate Shows Efficacy in MS

Investigational drug may have different GI tolerability than dimethyl fumarate

7 Foods to Avoid With Multiple Sclerosis. Eating a nutritious diet boosts overall health and helps with MS management. But knowing what not to eat also may play a significant role in your well-being. Healthy Food List, Healthy Foods To Eat, Healthy Eating, Healthy Fit, Healthy Habits, Trans Fat Foods, Low Fat Protein, Anti Inflammatory Diet, Fresh Fruits And Vegetables

7 Foods to Avoid With Multiple Sclerosis | Everyday Health

Eating a nutritious diet boosts overall health and helps with MS management. But knowing what not to eat also may play a significant role in your well-being.

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MS brain lesions: Pictures and prognosis

As multiple sclerosis (MS) progresses, lesions may form in the brain. With magnetic resonance imaging, doctors can use the lesions to track the progress of the condition. Learn more about the process of scanning for brain lesions, and how they might affect the symptoms and progress of MS.

Multiple sclerosis is an autoimmune disease, the causes of which remain mysterious. But a new study may now have uncovered a key factor in its development. What Causes Diabetes, Type One Diabetes, Degenerative Disease, Diabetes In Children, Diabetic Neuropathy, Central Nervous System, Diabetes Mellitus, Spinal Cord

Potential new MS drug could regenerate myelin

A study finds that blocking the M3R receptor improves myelination in mice implanted with human progenitor cells, maybe leading to clinical trials in MS.

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Serum Biomarker May Predict Relapse in MS

High NF-L levels could identify subclinical disease activity

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Anti-Inflammatory Drug May Offer Benefit in Progressive MS

Ibudilast seems to diminish brain volume loss

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Upper Extremity Composite Picks Up Early MS

Outperformed individual tests that may be less sensitive

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Spinal Gray Matter Atrophy Tied to MS Progression

Signs of decrease in spinal anatomy may be viewed as biomarker

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Trigeminal Neuralgia Often Precedes MS

MS diagnosis also occurred at a later age in those with facial pain

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Stem cell transplants may induce long-term remission of multiple sclerosis

Encouraging results help set stage for larger studies.

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New Biomarker May Predict Progression to MS

But MRI and oligoclonal bands likely to remain top predictors

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SfN: Ballet Improves Ataxia in MS

Dance program improved movement in pilot study

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New B-Cell Drug a 'Game-Changer' for MS?

Ocrelizumab trials show benefit for both relapsing and progressive forms

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High-Dose Vitamin D Modulates Immune System in MS

Pilot study suggests daily dose of 10,400 IU is safe

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Correcting Vitamin D Deficiency May Bolster Cognition in MS

Small study suggests benefit for high-dose vitamin D supplementation in MS patients