Multiple Sclerosis Friendly Recipes

As is customary, every Friday we will provide you with 3 easy to prepare MS friendly recipes to try this coming weekend!... Read More Here

MS and Employment: Asking for Reasonable Accommodations

For those of us in the workforce, our MS can sometimes make a workday challenging. The Americans with Disabilities Act allows for ... Read More Here

Diet High in Salt Does Not Increase MS Risk

A higher intake of dietary sodium, most often in the form of salt, does not increase the risk of developing multiple sclerosis ... Read More Here

Allergy Drug Improves Function in MS Patients with Chronic Injuries

In a remarkably rapid translation of laboratory research findings into a treatment with the potential to benefit ... Read More Here

Fat Intake Increases Risk of Children with MS Having a Relapse

Diet can play an important role in whether children with relapsing multiple sclerosis have a relapse, researchers ... Read More Here

Therapy That Just Might Beat MS Fatigue

The therapy is called transcranial direct current stimulation, or tDCS, and researchers at the MS Comprehensive Care Center ... Read More Here

Nimbus, Celgene to Jointly Research Targeting of Proteins to Treat MS

Nimbus Therapeutics and Celgene have agreed to work together to identify potential therapeutic compounds ... Read More Here

5 Things to Know About MS in Children

Although multiple sclerosis (MS) is more likely to be diagnosed in adults between the ages of 20 and 40, children ... Read More Here

BETACONNECT Auto-injector Helps MS Patients Stick with Treatment

Most multiple sclerosis patients who try Bayer's BETACONNECT auto-injector stick with their treatment, a study reports. ... Read More Here