Multiple Sclerosis

December 4, 2015

Pregnancy hormone could keep multiple sclerosis at bay

Pregnancy in women with multiple sclerosis has been noticed to protect women from a relapse of multiple sclerosis for the duration of the pregnancy. New research […]
November 25, 2015

Melatonin Could One Day Treat Multiple Sclerosis

The chances for a relapse of multiple sclerosis are different at different times of the year. Seasonal changes in disease activity may be related to sunlight […]
November 25, 2015

The innate immune system modulates the severity of multiple sclerosis

The autoimmune disease multiple sclerosis starts when T cells enter the brain and spinal cord where they mistakenly destroy myelin surrounding nerve fibers. Scientists are working […]
November 25, 2015

A multiple sclerosis drug that works for Huntington’s disease: the real deal or too good to be true?

A medication already approved for use in Huntington’s disease could also help those with multiple sclerosis. Research is currently in the animal stage, but it looks […]
November 19, 2015

Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms Reduced with Experimental Cancer Drug

A medication already being researched for cancer might have another application, for multiple sclerosis. New research suggests that a cancer drug called GANT61 could promote the […]
November 18, 2015

Chocolate could ease multiple sclerosis symptoms

New research aims to determine if flavonoids in chocolate can improve fatigue, a common symptom of multiple sclerosis. EXPERTS are to look at the impact of […]
November 18, 2015

Does Breastfeeding Reduce the Risk of Multiple Sclerosis Relapse?

Women with multiple sclerosis who breastfeed reduce their postpartum chance of MS relapse in the year after giving birth. Women with multiple sclerosis (MS) who breastfeed […]