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By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on January 10, 2014
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Natural Herbs and Supplements to Help Combat MS

While there currently is no OTC, prescription medications or supplements that cure MS, individuals diagnosed with the disorder have found that a number of herbal, mineral and vitamin preparations inhibit progression of the disease, help diminish...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Pay it Forward on December 31, 2013
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Eat for Nutrition: The MS Diet

It is important for everyone to eat healthy, but this is especially crucial when you are living with MS. Proper nutrition, especially eating adequate protein and calories, helps your body maintain its store of protein, heal wounds, provide you with...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 30, 2013
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Avoiding Multiple Sclerosis Symptoms During Winter Months

The majority of MS patients complain that extremely warm temperatures exacerbate symptoms. Most feel a greater degree of comfort when outdoor temperatures do not exceed 70 degrees Fahrenheit. However, cold temperatures may also make a difference. When...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 18, 2013
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TB Vaccine to Help Prevent Progression of MS

Medications and lifestyle changes are recommended to slow the onset of MS and to manage symptoms, but at this time there is no pill that can be taken to correct or reverse multiple sclerosis. However, this does not mean that there will not be one in the...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on December 4, 2013
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Stay Fit this Holiday Season – 5 Healthy Foods to Eat

If you are like many people this time of year, you are already planning your holiday menus. If you aren’t playing host, you are worrying about how much weight you will gain just by looking at someone’s fabulously prepared feast. When you...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 26, 2013
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Flu Shots for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

Should MS patients get flu shots each year? The United States Centers for Disease Control and Prevention suggests that as long as the flu shot is injected into the bloodstream, it is perfectly safe to get your flu shot. This is because injectable flu...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 19, 2013
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Breaking: Can MS Be Caused by Bacteria?

Researchers and doctors have identified several factors that may increase the risk of having MS, as new studies suggest that a bacteria can contribute to the condition. New MS Results This finding comes from the efforts of a team composed of...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on November 15, 2013
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Making the Switch to Eating Gluten Free

Although it may seem like just another health craze, there are plenty of substantial reasons to eat gluten-free. Gluten is a protein found in grains like barley, wheat, and rye. It is also found in kamut and spelt, as well as a wheat-rye blend called...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on October 31, 2013
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Calcium Levels and Multiple Sclerosis

Scientists are currently performing clinical studies which focus on immunology (the immune system,) and are attempting to determine if there is a genetic correlation to multiple sclerosis and calcium levels. They are also analyzing the environment as...(more)

By Daryl H. Bryant, Posted in Living with MS on October 25, 2013
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Common Signs of Multiple Sclerosis Development

It can be scary being diagnosed with any disease, but it’s important to stay educated, realistic, and proactive. While multiple sclerosis may not be curable by traditional terms, it’s treatable in the sense that it’s possible to lessen...(more)