Multiple Sclerosis

September 3, 2019

Kessler researchers investigate social cognition, mood and fatigue in multiple sclerosis 

Study by MS research team links deficits in social cognition with fatigue, depressive symptomatology, and anxiety. A recent study by Kessler Foundation researchers linked the deficits […]
August 9, 2019

Multiple sclerosis cases on the rise nationally 

Larry Kustra was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about 10 years ago and now leads a support group. Larry Kustra was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis about 10 […]
August 8, 2019

I was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis three years ago

After 10 months of tingly arms and legs, a bout of optic neuritis, unexplained tiredness and brain fogs, as well as doubting my own sanity—I was […]
August 7, 2019

Early MRI Screening Can Predict Long-term MS Disability, Study Says

Routine magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) screening of people with multiple sclerosis can predict long-term disease progression, a 15-year study reported. Routine screening through magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) of […]
August 6, 2019

Does anesthesia, invasive surgery increase Multiple Sclerosis relapse risk?

Hesitation to put MS patients on the operating table, due to relapse risk, may have physicians delaying important surgeries unnecessarily. A recent Multiple Sclerosis Journal study that included data […]
August 2, 2019

As Someone with MS, I’m Tired of Keeping Up with Appearances

Columnist Jamie Hughes addresses the issue of keeping up appearances and argues for transparency in the day-to-day management of MS. Living with MS can sometimes feel […]
August 1, 2019

Scientists Hope to Develop Beath Test to Detect Multiple Sclerosis

Scientists are hoping that a new test will make diagnosing multiple sclerosis as fast and painless as breathing into a breathalyzer. Scientists in the United Kingdom […]