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Genetic Cause of Multiple Sclerosis Identified
Researchers have identified a specific genetic mutation that may increase the likelihood of developing a rapidly progressing form of multiple sclerosis.
Fewer than half the participants in a recent study benefited from medications to treat tremor in multiple sclerosis, showing the condition is under-treated, an Alabama research team reported.
Are NOACs right for patients with valvular heart disease and atrial fibrillation? Some of the evidence is persuasive, a study found.
While lifestyle medicine may not be at the forefront of the field today those who practice it believe it can be an invaluable tool in the future.
Lifestyle modifications has become a popular phrase throughout medicine. However, telling patients about changes they should make and ensuring they make those changes are two very different issues in most cases.
Reaching for an over-the-counter (OTC) pain reliever might be the easiest thing to do when dealing with pain, fever, or even the flu, but pregnant women may want to think twice. New research has traced children’s autism spectrum disorder symptoms to their moms’ use of OTC painkillers.
When women with multiple sclerosis start putting on too much weight, that increase in BMI may be a sign their disease is becoming more severe.
There are key differences in the gut microbial community composition in children with early-onset multiple sclerosis compared to healthy children without multiple sclerosis.
Doctors treating patients for a variety of conditions may all have the same goals in helping the patient but may have difficulty communicating those goals with their colleagues.

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