Multiple Sclerosis

July 30, 2019

Searching exhaled breaths for the chemical signs of multiple sclerosis

Researchers at the University of Huddersfield in England hope to collect and screen the thousands of organic compounds exhaled with each breath for signs linked to […]
July 29, 2019

Running With Multiple Sclerosis – Cheryl Hile Marathon Runner

“Running helped me accomplish what I’ve set out to do—rather than mourn the things I’ve lost, I treasure what I still can do.” Cheryl Hile, now […]
July 26, 2019

Obesity May Boost Odds for MS in Kids

Obese children may be twice as likely to develop multiple sclerosis, a new study suggests. Obese children may be twice as likely to develop multiple sclerosis, […]
July 25, 2019

Changes in Lipid Profile Affect Fatigue in Persistent Multiple Sclerosis

The aim of this pilot study was to assess the association between lipid profiles and fatigue in patients with progressive multiple sclerosis. For patients with progressive multiple […]
July 24, 2019

Increased Cancer Risk Seen in Multiple Sclerosis Patients

What’s the connection between cancer and multiple sclerosis? Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients have an elevated cancer risk compared with non-MS controls, according to a study presented […]
July 23, 2019

Higher risk of pediatric multiple sclerosis in obese children, poorer response to treatments

Obesity in children is a problem when in comes to multiple sclerosis. A team of researchers with University Medical Center Göttingen, Georg August University Göttingen, has […]
July 19, 2019

Climbing Out of Depression’s Dark Hole

Columnist Stephanie Towler describes her experience with despression and multiple sclerosis, which often isolates her from friends and activities. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic illness […]