Tag Archives: Multiple Sclerosis
National Multiple Sclerosis Month is observed each year in March, with the aim of creating a better understanding about the neuro-degenerative disease called multiple sclerosis (MS) disease and encourage those suffering from it to make educated healthcare decisions.
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An estimated 400,000 people in the U.S. and about 2.5 million people around the world suffer from a potentially disabling disease of the brain and central nervous system called multiple sclerosis (MS). There is currently no cure for MS, with… Read More
Patients suffering from cases of severe multiple sclerosis (MS) received great news in the form of a new drug approval by the US Food and Drug Administration. The new medication offers hope for the most severe form of the progressive… Read More
March is Multiple Sclerosis Month, and to help raise awareness about the condition, Bel Marra Health has gathered five of our most informative articles featuring information on an MS diet, multiple sclerosis risk factors, brain shrinkage, and more.
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Results of a new clinical trial have shown that transplantation of a patient’s own blood-forming stem cells can encourage sustained remission of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis. The treatment, called high-dose immunosuppressive therapy and autologous hematopoietic cell transplant, or HDIT/HCT, has… Read More
Researchers are reporting that multiple sclerosis (MS) patients may see an improvement in working memory and brain connectivity through magnetic stimulation. This magnetic stimulation is known as repetitive transcranial magnetic stimulation (rTMS), and it has been reported to help rebuild… Read More
Physical inactivity and poor diet are common risk factors contributing to poor health in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients. Developing other health conditions in MS could delay the diagnosis and accelerate the progression of the disease.
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A new multiple sclerosis (MS) drug has shown promise in treating the advanced stages of the neurological disease. The researchers found that the drug can help slow down progression of MS, even in its advanced stages – there is currently… Read More
In women with multiple sclerosis (MS), yoga and aquatic exercises help reduce fatigue, depression, and paresthesia. The researchers examined the effects of aquatic exercise and yoga on fatigue and depression among multiple sclerosis female patients. The 54 participants were randomly… Read More
A new study has revealed that people living in darker, colder climates – further away from the equator – have a higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS) symptoms earlier on. Multiple sclerosis is believed to be caused by a … Read More
The risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) in women may not be reduced with regular exercise, according to latest research findings. Regular exercise has been shown to reduce the risk of heart disease and certain cancers, but no benefits were seen… Read More
A new experimental drug has shown promise in treating multiple sclerosis in mice model. Study author Dr. Scott Zamvil said, “This study has given us more insight into how laquinimod works. But because this was an animal study, more… Read More
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