• Tag results for multiple sclerosis

Novel nuclear medicine technique can combat brain disease

A new positron emission tomography reporter gene/probe system makes it possible, for the first time, to non-invasively monitor the level and location of gene expression in all areas of the brain.

published on : 30th June 2018

Artificial intelligence system can be used to monitor diseases like Parkinson's and multiple sclerosis

The system could help elderly people live more independently while providing the added security of monitoring for falls, injuries and changes in activity patterns.

published on : 12th June 2018

Living in sunny climate may cut multiple sclerosis risk

The findings published in the journal Neurology suggest that adequate exposure to the Sun in childhood and young adulthood may especially be beneficial in terms of reduced MS risk. 

published on : 9th March 2018

Stigma can cause depression in Multiple Sclerosis patients

According to a study, the stigma of Multiple Sclerosis can increase the risk of depression in the patients.

published on : 21st February 2018

Non-invasive energy medicine an alternative method of treatment, even for cancer

Energy medicine provides non-invasive tools for mobilising the body's self-healing capacities, for directing healing to specific problem areas, and for preventing illness.

published on : 25th January 2018

MRI brain scans may help identify Multiple Sclerosis risks early in children

Clinical symptoms of the MS is diagnosed late in children, thus making it difficult to prevent the disabilities and relapses that come with the disease.

published on : 15th October 2017

Fatty diet increases risk of multiple sclerosis relapse in kids by 56 percent

Eating fatty foods like burgers and pizzas may boost the risk of Multiple Sclerosis relapse in kids by 56 percent, warns a recent study.

published on : 11th October 2017