Asthma Drug May Slow Brain Damage In Multiple Sclerosis PatientsAn oral asthma drug approved in Japan and used in a relatively small study of 250 MS patients, seems to have slowed that brain loss.
Research Suggests Mediterranean Diet May Help Battle Multiple SclerosisMultiple Sclerosis affects about 400,000 people in the United States, and current treatments can have severe side effects. But what if changing your diet could help battle the disease?
Community Comes Together To Help NJ Mom With Multiple Sclerosis Keep Her HomeAfter a health diagnosis left her unable to work, residents in Ridgewood have vowed to do all they can to help 47-year-old Lesley Linker.
Experimental Stem Cell Treatment Might Reverse Symptoms Of Multiple SclerosisThere's potentially exciting news for the two and a half million people around the world struggling with multiple sclerosis.
Electrical Stimulation Might Help Multiple Sclerosis Patients Fight Cognitive EffectsFor many patients with MS, it's their slowed thinking and information processing that's hardest to cope with.
A Great Big World Addresses Fighting Multiple Sclerosis With Powerful SongA Great Big World is addressing the struggles of living with multiple sclerosis through a powerful ballad.
Racers Climb To The Top Of The Rock To Raise Money For MS ResearchTim Oakes was among those who climbed up the 66 flights of stairs before most people had breakfast.
Study: Medical Marijuana May Offer Relief To MS SufferersMany patients with debilitating brain diseases turn to marijuana after traditional treatments fail. A new review from the American Academy of Neurology shows that marijuana pills or spray can help some MS symptoms.
Dr. Max Gomez: High-Tech Rehab Robots Making Strides With Human ParalysisThese days robots do everything from manufacture cars and computers to disable bombs. We’ve even seen them in the operating room. Now, robots are helping paralyzed people get moving again.
Woman Suffering From MS Completes 25th NYC MarathonZoe Koplowitz suffers from multiple sclerosis, but that has not stopped her from competing in the ING New York City Marathon for 25 years.
Police: Farmingville Man Arrested For Fake Charity OperationDavid Papik, 33, has been charged with second-degree scheme to defraud after police said he went door-to-door Wednesday and collected donations in Farmingville.
Positively Minnesota: Harding Shines, InspiresMinnesota Wild goaltender doesn't want to be considered the NHL's only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.