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Study: Comorbidities Increase Risk of Pain in MS Patients

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According to a new study, suffering from comorbid diseases may increase the risk of disruptive pain for people with multiple sclerosis (MS). Researchers at the University of Manitoba in Canada analyzed data from 949 survey respondents who had been diagnosed with MS. 75 percent of these participants …

6 Tips to Live Better with Multiple Sclerosis

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Managing multiple sclerosis requires education, a manageable treatment plan, and communication with your doctor. Here are six ways to live better with MS: Get Educated: Knowledge is a powerful tool for maintaining a positive outlook. Keep up-to-date on new multiple sclerosis treatments, approved m …

Did You Know MS Can Trigger Vertigo?

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Lesions caused by multiple sclerosis (MS) can prevent nerves from relaying messages to various parts of the body. Lesions on areas of the brain associated with balance can trigger symptoms of vertigo, which is a sudden feeling of spinning or whirling. Is it Vertigo? Vertigo feels similar to being …

Brain Activity Linked to Myelin Production, Study Finds

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Researchers have uncovered an important relationship between brain activity and myelin production, which could someday lead to better therapies for multiple sclerosis. Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease in which renegade immune cells attack the central nervous system. In particular, M …

Do You Know the 4 Stages of Multiple Sclerosis?

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Multiple sclerosis (MS) progresses differently in every patient. Doctors need to look for a confluence of various factors, including severity of symptoms and patterns of recurrent flare-ups, to make an accurate MS diagnosis. Moreover, it is impossible to know how exactly your MS will progress. That …

Staying Positive with Multiple Sclerosis

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Managing your multiple sclerosis symptoms requires a proactive approach that includes becoming educated, sticking to your treatment plan, and communicating with your doctor if you notice changes in your symptoms. However, besides medical care, the way you approach life can also influence your condi …

Pushing the Limits of Multiple Sclerosis

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A North Carolina teenager is pushing the limits of multiple sclerosis, a disease that affects the central nervous system. While the disease causes some people to lose their independence, Kayla, a runner, has defied all odds and is the 21st fastest runner in the country. Here is her inspiring story: …

Bladder Problems are Associated with MS

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Researchers report that almost 80 percent of MS patients have reported having symptoms of overactive bladder, and more than one-third of newly diagnosed patients in a different group also had urinary dysfunction. According to findings from a study led by Stacey S. Cofield, PhD and her colleagues fr …

Jack Osbourne Wants To Win ‘DWTS’ For Everyone with Multiple Sclerosis

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Life has been different for Jack Osbourne since he was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis just two weeks after he and his wife Lisa Stelly welcomed their first child in 2012. The 26-year-old has spoken at length about the disease, revealing that one of the hardest parts of coping with MS is the unce …