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Concussions in Teenagers Tied to Multiple Sclerosis Risk - New York Times



New York Times
 
Concussions in Teenagers Tied to Multiple Sclerosis Risk 
New York Times
Here's yet another reason to protect young athletes from head trauma: A large-scale new study found that concussions in adolescents can increase the risk of later developing multiple sclerosis. The risk of multiple sclerosis, or M.S., an autoimmune ...

 


OHSU President Joe Robertson Announces Retirement After Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis - Willamette Week



Willamette Week
 
OHSU President Joe Robertson Announces Retirement After Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis 
Willamette Week
OHSU President Joe Robertson Announces Retirement After Multiple Sclerosis Diagnosis. Roberston will stay on at the helm of the university in a reduced capacity through the end of the 2017-2018 academic year. Portland Aerial Tram and Oregon Health ...

 


Accepting that Sometimes, We Need Rest - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



Multiple Sclerosis News Today
 
Accepting that Sometimes, We Need Rest 
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
Understanding and honoring our bodies and psyche is integral to living successfully with multiple sclerosis. For so long, my forward momentum propelled me through times I should have been still. Perhaps it is a blessing that when my body is done it is ...

 


Multiple sclerosis: Oligodendrocytes from stem cells - EurekAlert (press release)



Multiple sclerosis: Oligodendrocytes from stem cells 
EurekAlert (press release)
Adjaye (Institute for Stem Cell Research and Regenerative Medicine) with support from British and Chilean colleagues resulted in a new publication on the prospective use of stem cells to generate cell replacement in diseases such as Multiple sclerosis ...

 


Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Associated With Fat Intake - Neurology Advisor



Neurology Advisor
 
Pediatric Multiple Sclerosis Relapse Associated With Fat Intake 
Neurology Advisor
HealthDay News ? For children with multiple sclerosis, increased fat intake is associated with an increased risk of relapse, while vegetable intake may be protective, according to a study published in the Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry.

 


MSParis2017 Will Look at New MS Diagnosis Criteria, and a Lot More - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



Multiple Sclerosis News Today
 
MSParis2017 Will Look at New MS Diagnosis Criteria, and a Lot More 
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
The year's largest gathering of multiple sclerosis ?minds? starts on Oct. 25 in Paris. More than 8,000 neurologists, researchers and others who specialize in treating and curing MS will be attending MSParis2017. It's a joint meeting of the European and ...

 


Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Revises MRI Guidelines - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



Multiple Sclerosis News Today
 
Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers Revises MRI Guidelines 
Multiple Sclerosis News Today
The Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers has updated guidelines for using magnetic resonance imaging to evaluate people suspected of having multiple sclerosis. Doctors use the MRI guidelines not only to diagnose MS but also to track treatment results.

 


Austrian Researchers Identify New Target for Treatment of Multiple ... - Labiotech.eu (blog)



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Austrian Researchers Identify New Target for Treatment of Multiple ... 
Labiotech.eu (blog)
Multiple sclerosis is the most common disease of the CNS in young adults. Researchers may have stumbled across a new approach for its treatment.
MS Study Shows HDAC1 Enzyme Can Prevent a Similar Disease in ... Multiple Sclerosis News Today

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'I am dying but you are already a corpse': the 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic - The Guardian (blog)



The Guardian (blog)
 
'I am dying but you are already a corpse': the 100-year-old multiple sclerosis diary that became a classic 
The Guardian (blog)
One hundred years ago today, WNP Barbellion scrawled his final diary entry. ?Self-disgust,? he wrote. Ravaged by multiple sclerosis at just 28, this one word was all he could manage, before his hand was too unsteady to go on. He had been recording his ...

 


OTC Allergy Drug Restores Nerve Cell Signaling in Multiple Sclerosis Patients - Specialty Pharmacy Times (blog)



OTC Allergy Drug Restores Nerve Cell Signaling in Multiple Sclerosis Patients 
Specialty Pharmacy Times (blog)
Results from a phase 2 clinical trial published by The Lancet suggest that an OTC antihistamine may repair nervous system function in patients with multiple sclerosis (MS). In previous laboratory studies, the antihistamine was thought to restore nerve ...