Multiple sclerosis

February 15, 2016

What Will 2016 Bring for Multiple Sclerosis?

Predictions for 2016 call for progress toward treatments for progressive MS and better estimates of how many people live with MS worldwide. At the dawn of a […]
February 12, 2016

When food loses its appeal

Many patients with multiple sclerosis report a poor ability to identify tastes which is an under-appreciated problem. A University of Pennsylvania research team has found a […]
February 11, 2016

Don’t Underestimate the Physical Abilities of Patients with Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis patients may be more physically fit than certain tests indicate. Multiple sclerosis (MS) patients may actually be in better physical condition than some tests […]
February 10, 2016

MS Patients Seen to Safely Switch to Oral Drugs from Injectable Oral Therapies

Switching from injectable treatment with IFNβ/GA to oral therapy for multiple sclerosis does not increase the risk of relapse, says new research. Stable multiple sclerosis (MS) patients do […]
February 9, 2016

A Bicycle That Has the Symptoms of MS

A public awareness campaign called “This Bike Has MS,” aims to raise awareness of multiple sclerosis. This a terrible bike to ride. Those are the first words […]
February 8, 2016

Exercise Benefits for Multiple Sclerosis

Exercise can be very helpful for people with multiple sclerosis and can, for some, even ease symptoms. Getting regular exercise is a good idea for anyone, but […]
February 5, 2016

Artist’s multiple sclerosis inspires photo series

Artist uses her brain scans from multiple sclerosis diagnosis as source of artwork. Daisy Patton turns her brain scans into art. Patton, who was diagnosed with […]