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Fox News' Janice Dean: Multiple Sclerosis Made Me Proud To Be A Size 10 - Women's Health



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Fox News' Janice Dean: Multiple Sclerosis Made Me Proud To Be A Size 10 
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Since her MS diagnosis 13 years ago, meteorologist Janice Dean has learned to embrace her body. By Janice Dean January 17, 2018. Janice Dean multiple sclerosis. Photograph courtesy of Janice Dean. Janice Dean is the senior meteorologist at Fox News ...

 


What We Can Learn from Longevity's Link to Quality of Life - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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What We Can Learn from Longevity's Link to Quality of Life 
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The surveys use the Neuro-QoL measurement tool, which is short for Quality of Life in Neurological Disorders. Neuro-QoL measures the relationship between physical, mental, and social health outcomes. In our results for Neuro-QoL, we found significant ...

 


How Massage and Bodywork Is Used to Treat MS Patients - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



How Massage and Bodywork Is Used to Treat MS Patients 
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Massages are known to relieve pain, stress and help out with problem areas. According to the National MS Society, it's one of the most well-known bodywork treatments. There are several kinds of massages that originated in different countries ? below ...

 


MS, Gut Bacteria, and the Lonely, Stressful Job of Finding Your Way - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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MS, Gut Bacteria, and the Lonely, Stressful Job of Finding Your Way 
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My life has been in limbo for several months and it's been a dark and scary place to be. One quickly learns that life can be unpredictable when living with multiple sclerosis. Each day can bring different challenges and life will never be the same. But ...

 


Rolfing and MS: Bliss or Pain? - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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Rolfing and MS: Bliss or Pain? 
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Note: Multiple Sclerosis News Today is strictly a news and information website about the disease. It does not provide medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. This content is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis ...

 


Measuring Blood Clotting Factor Could Pinpoint RRMS Patients at Risk for Heart Disease - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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Measuring Blood Clotting Factor Could Pinpoint RRMS Patients at Risk for Heart Disease 
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Thrombin, a blood clotting factor, may be involved in the inflammatory processes of multiple sclerosis patients, particularly those with relapsing-remitting form of the disease (RRMS), a study found. Higher levels of thrombin may also explain the ...

 


Excessive Salt Consumption Leads to Cognitive Impairment, MS Mouse Study Shows - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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Excessive Salt Consumption Leads to Cognitive Impairment, MS Mouse Study Shows 
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?It appears to counteract the cerebrovascular and cognitive effects of a high-salt diet, and it also may benefit people with diseases and conditions associated with elevated IL-17 levels, such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, inflammatory ...
Hold the salt: gut reaction may impair the brains of mice National Institutes of Health (press release)

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How a Lumbar Puncture Can Help Diagnose MS - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



How a Lumbar Puncture Can Help Diagnose MS 
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According to the MS Trust, a lumbar puncture (also known as a spinal tap) is a test that can be used to help diagnose multiple sclerosis (MS). During the procedure, some of the cerebrospinal fluid is removed and analyzed. A lumbar puncture takes about ...

 


Majority of RRMS Patients in Swedish Study Seen to Stop Using Tecfidera Within 2 Years - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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Majority of RRMS Patients in Swedish Study Seen to Stop Using Tecfidera Within 2 Years 
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A majority of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS) patients at a Swedish clinic who initiated treatment with Tecfidera (dimethyl fumarate; DMF) either stopped or switched to another therapy within two years, a study reports. Researchers in the ...

 


MS Therapy Ocrevus Wins European Commission Approval to Treat ... - Multiple Sclerosis News Today



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MS Therapy Ocrevus Wins European Commission Approval to Treat ... 
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Read about the European Commission's landmark approval of Ocrevus in the 28-member European Union to treat both relapsing-remitting and primary progressive multiple sclerosis.
Roche MS Drug Ocrevus Gets Marketing Authorization in Europe ... Nasdaq
Roche receives EU approval for multiple sclerosis drug Ocrevus Zenopa

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