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Watch out: Low Vitamin D levels may predict MS risk in women
According to a recent study, women with lower level of Vitamin D in the blood may be at a higher risk of developing multiple sclerosis (MS), a disease which primarily affects the brain and spinal cord.
Signs you could have MS
Multiple sclerosis — also known as MS — is a condition which can affect the brain and spinal cord. The symptoms of the condition can be unpredictable.
Iran outshines regional nations in MS diagnosis
Iran has excelled at diagnosing and treating multiple sclerosis (MS) in the Middle East, said secretary of the 13th International Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Congress, which was held in the capital Tehran on November 9-11.
Allergy drug might also treat MS-linked eye damage
An over-the-counter antihistamine used to fight allergies may have an important new role: reversing the vision loss sometimes caused by multiple sclerosis.
Remarkable approach to MS treatment
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune inflammatory disorder in which the immune system attacks the myelin sheath enveloping and insulating the nerves.
Epilepsy drug could protect nerve damage in MS patients
An epilepsy drug could lead to a new treatment that protects nerve damage in MS patients, according to a new study.
Could high-dose vitamin D help fight MS?
High-dose vitamin D appears safe for people with multiple sclerosis, and it may help quiet the immune system hyperactivity that marks the disease, a small clinical trial found.
MS can be triggered by brain cell death
Multiple sclerosis (MS) may be triggered by the death of brain cells that make the insulation around nerve fibers, a surprising new view of the disease reported in a study from Northwestern Medicine and The University of Chicago. And a specially developed nanoparticle prevented MS even after the death of those brain cells, an experiment in the study showed, reported.
Quitting smoking may delay MS progress
Multiple sclerosis (MS) progresses faster in people who continue to smoke compared to smokers who quit after their diagnosis, a new study found.
Breast-feeding may lower MS relapse risk
Breast-feeding exclusively for at least two months may help new mothers with multiple sclerosis (MS) lower their risk of relapse, new research suggested.
Association between reduced vitamin D, MS risk
Genetic findings support observational evidence that lower vitamin D levels are associated with increased risk of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a new research by Brent Richards, from McGill University.
Brain network responsible for cognitive changes in MS
New findings reveal that decreased connectivity between network-specific brain regions are to blame for the central deficit common to the various cognitive changes associated with multiple sclerosis (MS), slowed cognitive speed.
MS may raise odds for earlier death
People with multiple sclerosis (MS) may have twice the risk of dying prematurely compared to people without MS, a new study suggested.
Potential treatment for MS
Scientists from the Gladstone Institutes have discovered a way to prevent the development of multiple sclerosis (MS) in mice.

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