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Bad gut bacteria linked to multiple sclerosis

New research indicates that MS patients have a different array of gut bacteria compared to their healthy peers.

Bad gut bacteria — or an insufficient amount of good bacteria — may have a direct link to multiple sclerosis, say researchers, including one of Indian-origin.

Multiple sclerosis is a chronic progressive auto-immune disease in which the immune system attacks the nervous tissue, potentially resulting in movement disorders.

Other typical symptoms of MS include physical and mental fatigue as well as faintness, depression and paresthesia such as pins and needles, itchiness and numbness.

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