Multiple Sclerosis - Prevention

The Multiple Challenges Of Multiple Sclerosis

As chronic diseases go, multiple sclerosis is one of the most difficult to predict, understand, and treat. Rarely are two cases alike, but therapies can help prevent relapses and worsening of many symptoms.

The Link Between Smoking and Brain Function

Sure, cigarettes can do damage to your heart and lungs. But did you know lighting up can take a toll on your mind as well?

Could Acupuncture Help MS?

While some find relief from this ancient form of Chinese medicine, more research is needed to determine its true benefits.

What Causes Impotence in Men?

Thanks to TV ads erectile dysfunction is no longer under the covers. Still, misconceptions remain. Learn what causes impotence and ways to reduce your risk.

How Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Can Treat Pain

Mind over matter: You've heard it so many times, it may seem meaningless. But new research shows how emotional therapy helps to make pain symptoms easier to bear.

Taking Care of the Caregiver

Chronic disease changes lives and not just for the patient. Sometimes, caregivers of patients with physically debilitating diseases like multiple sclerosis, fibromyalgia, and arthritis let their dedication stand in the way of taking care of themselves.

Pregnancy May Slow Progression of MS

According to a recent study, having a baby may slow down the damaging effects of multiple sclerosis, a serious autoimmune disease.

The IBD and MS Connection

Researchers have discovered that those with inflammatory bowel disease (IBD) have an increased risk of developing conditions such as arthritis, chronic renal, disease, and even multiple sclerosis.

Common Fibromyalgia Misdiagnoses

Other illnesses have similar symptoms to fibromyalgia, which can lead to misdiagnosis and treatment. Learn how to tell the difference.

Multiple Sclerosis: Myths vs. Facts

When it comes to multiple sclerosis (MS), false assumptions abound. Here, we separate fact from fiction.
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