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Multiple sclerosis can be mitigated by making healthy lifestyle changes

11/14/2014 - Health experts are increasingly seeing lifestyle changes as a critical component to managing multiple sclerosis (MS), encouraging MS patients to do things as simple as getting more sunlight and going salsa dancing. "The things people do day in and day out can make a huge impact on the quality of...

Medical doctor cures herself of multiple sclerosis naturally

10/16/2014 - Can multiple sclerosis (MS) be cured? The National Multiple Sclerosis Society says 'not yet'. Dr. Otis W. Brawley, chief medical officer for the American Cancer Society admits that "available treatments of primary and secondary progressive MS are of limited efficacy and have significant side effects."...

Is vitamin D the 'miracle' nutrient for multiple sclerosis sufferers?

5/14/2014 - Scientists are now beginning to confirm what they have long suspected: boosting vitamin D levels may slow the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS) and prevent brain degeneration. The most recent evidence came from a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and published...

High vitamin D levels improve symptoms in multiple sclerosis patients

4/8/2014 - Supplementation with vitamin D might decrease the severity and slow the progression of multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study conducted by researchers from the Harvard School of Public Health and Bayer HealthCare, and published in the journal JAMA Neurology. The study was funded by the National...

Ginseng improves quality of life and fatigue in multiple sclerosis patients

3/25/2013 - A recent double-blind, randomized pilot trial has found evidence that regular ginseng supplementation may reduce fatigue caused by Multiple Sclerosis (MS). Researchers at the Isfahan University of Medical Sciences also found that ginseng supplementation may improve patients' reports of quality of life...

Vitamin D3 plays significant role in slowing degenerative process in Multiple Sclerosis and CCSVI

3/14/2013 - Chronic Cerebrospinal Venous Insufficiency (CCSVI) is a health condition affecting the blood circulation surrounding the spine and brain. It is caused by a blockage in the primary internal jugular or other major veins and is believed to play a role in the cause of Multiple Sclerosis. The term CCSVI...

Dance Dance Revolution is an effective multiple sclerosis treatment

3/12/2013 - The video game Dance Dance Revolution (DDR) improves both cognitive and physical function in patients suffering from the degenerative central nervous system disease multiple sclerosis (MS), according to a study conducted by researchers from Ohio State University Wexner Medical Center. The game involves...

Miracle drug for multiple sclerosis pirated from molecules in cordyceps mushrooms

3/5/2013 - A new "miracle" drug for the treatment of multiple sclerosis turns out to have been stolen ("derived") from cordyceps mushrooms. The drug is called Gilenya and it's being sold in the USA by Novartis AG -- at the monopolistic price of $4,000 / month per person. The drug is projected to be a blockbuster...

Women with Multiple Sclerosis experience high rates of cardiovascular disease

2/24/2013 - -- As if Multiple Sclerosis (MS) weren't bad enough, the condition and its complications seem to affect women disproportionately. Women are twice as likely as men to suffer from MS, and recent research indicates that women with MS are also more likely to experience cardiovascular disease than men with...

Reverse Multiple Sclerosis by eating the Paleo Diet, increasing vitamin D, and avoiding artificial food additives

1/5/2013 - Multiple Sclerosis is a chronic, degenerative disease of the nerves in the brain and spine. The disease causes the body to attack an insulating substance around nerve cells called myelin. When the myelin is damaged, the function of the nerves deteriorate, resulting in muscle weakness, imbalance or loss...

Multiple Sclerosis Society ignores nutritional cures for MS while promoting medical mafia standard of sick care

2/16/2012 - It's not just the cancer industry that keeps you away from non-pharmaceutical and non-invasive treatments that actually work for complete recovery or reversal. The Multiple Sclerosis Society works with Big Pharma and the AMA (or whatever national doctor's union) to make sure MS remains incurable but...

Treating multiple sclerosis

1/18/2012 - There are many people, an estimated 350,000 people in the United States that are living with this painful, debilitating, and sometimes fatal disorder of the central nervous system. Western medicine has not come up with good treatment strategies for this disease and the United States government keeps...

Cannabis Beneficial for Multiple Sclerosis Patients, Study Finds

2/6/2010 - A systematic review conducted by The Global Neuroscience Initiative Foundation found that five of six controlled trials reported a reduction in spasticity and an improvement in mobility amongst multiple sclerosis patients using cannabis extracts. The two researchers, Shaheen Lakhan and Marie Rowland...

Vitamin D Deficiency Causes Multiple Sclerosis in Children

6/7/2009 - Children who develop multiple sclerosis have substantially lower levels of vitamin D than children who do not develop the disease, according to a series of studies presented at an international conference on multiple sclerosis in Montreal. Multiple sclerosis is a degenerative disease of the nervous...

Effective Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis is Completely Free with Vitamin D

6/4/2009 - There are few effective treatments for the Neurologic problem called Multiple Sclerosis. Sufferers tend to get progressively worse and often end up in wheelchairs, unable to even perform the simplest tasks by themselves. But a new study is showing that effective treatment is right outside the door-...

Glucosamine-like supplement inhibits multiple sclerosis, type 1 diabetes

5/31/2007 - A glucosamine-like dietary supplement has been found to suppress the damaging autoimmune response seen in multiple sclerosis and type 1 diabetes mellitus, according to University of California, Irvine health sciences researchers. In studies on mice, Dr. Michael Demetriou and colleagues with the...

Harvard study finds high vitamin D intake may cut multiple sclerosis risk

12/29/2006 - Researchers at the Harvard School of Public Health in Boston have found evidence that a higher level of vitamin D in the body significantly reduces the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in whites. During the study -- published in the Journal of the American Medical Association -- the researchers...

STANFORD DOCTORS SPOTLIGHT FATAL FLAW IN MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS DRUG TRIAL (press release)

9/5/2006 - When Anita Louise Smith enrolled in an experimental drug trial in 2002 in Colorado, she had a diagnosis of multiple sclerosis but no symptoms and was looking to reduce the chances of being ravaged by the disease. Last year, she died at the age of 46 from an infection linked to the drug. This tragedy...

Questions Over Accuracy of MRI in Diagnosing Multiple Sclerosis (press release)

8/14/2006 - Questions over accuracy of MRI in diagnosing multiple sclerosis Accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging for the diagnosis of multiple sclerosis: systematic review BMJ Online First The accuracy of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) is not sufficient to rule in or rule out a diagnosis of MS with a...

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