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1 hr ago | Lake Cowichan Gazette
"I know I need to stretch to feel better but who has the self-discipline to do it at home alone? I would just not sustain a whole hour of exercise but this is fun and social and the relaxation at the end, oh, I love that," said Regena Warner, who has been coming to the program for two years.
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5 hrs ago | WHBF-TV Rock Island
Lottery officials announced the new MS Project game on Thursday. They say the tickets cost $2 and have cash instant prizes ranging from $2 to $20,000.
Analyst Jason Gerberry wrote that his survey of the multiple-sclerosis market showed strong uptake of the new 40-milligram, thrice-weekly version of Teva's Copaxone, estimating that about 40% will have switched to it after two years.
McCannon was working and leading life per usual with his wife and three children until he became sick overnight late last year.
Kayla Montgomery, 18, was motivated by her MS diagnosis. 'I don't know how much longer I will be able to run.
In 2009, Chanel Prince lost vision in one of her eyes. She could no longer recognize faces and experienced leg spasms as she walked down stairs.
Santa Barbara are looking at interactions in myelin membranes on the molecular level, leading to insights into demyelinating diseases, such as multiple sclerosis , protein, and water.
High-school student Kayla Montgomery, who has multiple sclerosis, is carried off by her running coach after collapsing following a victory in a race.
Led by renowned researcher Dr. Shoukhrat Mitalipov, a senior scientist at OHSU's Oregon National Primate Research Center, the center could help accelerate cures and treatments for Parkinson's disease, multiple sclerosis and other conditions caused by diseased or injured cells.
An active lifestyle improves brain health, scientists have long believed. The studies bear this out: physical, intellectual and social activity - or "environmental enrichment," in the parlance - enhances learning and memory and protects against aging and neurological disease.
A 35 year old severely physically disabled woman died of suffocation and burns when a cigarette she was smoking in bed caused a fire that ripped through her bungalow blowing out one of the windows.
While there won't be little orange flags covering the lawn of the state capitol this year, MS Ambassadors are still making their push to raise awareness about multiple sclerosis by talking about the disease and the need to raise money to find a cure.
A group of mums from Hoylake have organised the event to take place later this month in aid of the Multiple Sclerosis Society.
MS occurs when the cells of the body attack what's called Myelin, the fat that protects the body's brain fibers and nerves.
It is often said that the eyes are the windows to a person's soul. Although observing the soul has been rather elusive in my clinical experience, the eyes are like windows in many respects.
This week is National MS Awareness Week, and as someone with multiple sclerosis, I urge you to join me in recognizing it.