Thursday December 14th 2017

Posts Tagged ‘Australia’

New Studies Look at Lifestyle Factors in Terms of Who Gets MS and Improving the Daily Lives of People with MS

New Studies Look at Lifestyle Factors in Terms of Who Gets MS and Improving the Daily Lives of People with MS

One of the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s priorities is to drive research on wellness and lifestyle, where advancements can change quality of life with MS on a daily basis. [Read More]

Multiple Sclerosis – CCSVI Australia

Multiple Sclerosis – CCSVI Australia

Ok, I have been relatively silent on this issue over the last couple of months. Spent some time researching, listening, discussing with other people and now I feel ready to stand up and be counted as a ‘believer.’ [Read More]

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Important Research Progress in 2017: Stopping MS, Restoring What’s Been Lost, and Ending MS Forever

Important Research Progress in 2017: Stopping MS, Restoring What’s Been Lost, and Ending MS Forever

/About-the-Society/News/Important-Research-Progress-in-2017-Stopping-MS, [Read More]

Cellular self-digestion process plays role in development of autoimmune diseases

Cellular self-digestion process plays role in development of autoimmune diseases

Autophagy allows cells to degrade and recycle their cellular components. Researchers at UZH have now demonstrated that [Read More]

Cambridge University Scientist Wins Innovation Prize for MS Research

Cambridge University Scientist Wins Innovation Prize for MS Research

/About-the-Society/News/Cambridge-University-Scientist-Wins-Innovation-Pri [Read More]

Study reveals how the body clock and time of day may influence autoimmune conditions

Study reveals how the body clock and time of day may influence autoimmune conditions

Insights into how the body clock and time of day influence immune responses are revealed today in a study published in [Read More]

New research finds that MS, the most common inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, may be triggered by an imbalance in gut flora

New research finds that MS, the most common inflammatory disease of the central nervous system, may be triggered by an imbalance in gut flora

(Natural News) Intestinal flora may be the key to understanding how multiple sclerosis develops. Previous assumptions [Read More]