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6 Things Not to Say to people with MS - MultipleSclerosis.net

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6 Things people should not say Rate ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ An MS diagnosis is usually the result of countless tests, doctor visits, and lots of personal research. Before offering advice, make sure what you have to say comes from a reliable source, is newsworthy, and most of all…

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about 3 years
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13 Things To Remember If You Suffer From Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

From consumerhealthdigest.com

Multiple Sclerosis is defined as a chronic, typically progressive disease involving damage to the sheaths of nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord. Symptoms may include numbness, impairment of speech and of muscular coordination, blurred vision and severe fatigue. Read more: https://www.consumerhealthdigest.com/brain-he...

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about 3 years
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A bike that mimics multiple sclerosis presents the disease on a new level.

From upworthy.com

Looks pretty straightforward, right? A classic 10-speed bike, like you might find in your parent's garage. Nothing exceptional. But things aren't always how they seem at first glance. In fact, a quick ride on this bike would throw a lot of people off, and that's exactly why a group of…

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about 3 years

Drug Dramatically Cuts Progress Of MS: Trial

From sky.com

Doctors have unveiled "game-changing" results that show for the first time that a drug can significantly slow the worsening of multiple sclerosis. Three major studies of the drug ocrelizumab show that it reduces the number of relapses, and delays disability caused by the neurological disease.

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over 3 years
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Omega-3 Fatty Acids and Multiple Sclerosis

From about.com

Low levels of omega-3 fatty acids were found in people with multiple sclerosis (MS). While this does not automatically mean that these low levels have anything to do with our MS symptoms or disease, some small studies have suggested that maybe omega-3 fatty acids can help us.

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over 3 years
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Tips on Battling Needle Fatigue - MultipleSclerosis.net

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Tips on Battling Needle Fatigue Rate ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ Who ever thought we'd be injecting ourselves with medication for some strange disease called Multiple Sclerosis? Growing up, no one thinks about illness or medication or autoimmune diseases. Girls think about skipping rope, studying for exams and the intricacies…

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about 3 years
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Thoughts Formed While Staring At The Ceiling - MultipleSclerosis.net

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Thoughts Formed While Staring At The Ceiling Rate ★ ★ ★ ★ ★ I'm baaaaack! Due to circumstances beyond my control, it's been quite a while since I posted anything to this blog. My long absence from the blogosphere (is there an uglier word in the English language?)

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about 3 years
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What Multiple Sclerosis (MS) really feels like

From positivelivingwithms.com

Those long lists on medical sites that describe Multiple Sclerosis really don't tell the full story. They list out symptoms that make MS sound no different than a vacation to the hospital for a broken toe. So here is MS according to someone who actually lives with it.

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over 3 years
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Melatonin Linked to Seasonal Relapses of Multiple Sclerosis

From scientificamerican.com

A hormone involved in circadian rhythms could provide treatment for the autoimmune disease Multiple sclerosis (MS) relapses are known to swing with the seasons. Scientists have attributed these fluctuations to the rise and fall of vitamin D production, which is triggered by exposure to seasonal sunlight.

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over 3 years