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Advancements in Multiple Sclerosis Research Hold Promise for Patients

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz. — Feb. 26, 2014 — The future holds promise for multiple sclerosis research based on advancements of the past two decades according to a review from Mayo Clinic neurologists published in Mayo Clinic Proceedings. The paper states that many people with newly diagnosed or early stage MS are overwhelmed [...]

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Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Meatless meals: The benefits of eating less meat You can eat healthfully without spending a lot. One way to achieve healthy savings is to serve meat less often. Managing fatigue with multiple sclerosis The fatigue that often accompanies MS can make it hard to do what [...]

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Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Allergy-proof your house See how to allergy-proof your house with these simple changes and find relief for your symptoms. Living with multiple sclerosis Having a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis can be challenging. Learn how you can manage the disease and live well with MS. EXPERT [...]

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Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis Out of the blue and for no apparent reason, multiple sclerosis strikes young men and women in the prime of their life.  On Saturday, Dec. 28, we will replay the episode of Mayo Clinic Radio with Orhun Kantarci, M.D., discussing how patients are diagnosed and live with this disease.  [...]

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Monday's Housecall

THIS WEEK'S TOP STORIES Dealing with stress when you have MS Living with MS can be stressful. Making certain lifestyle changes can help ease stress and make it easier to cope. Sodium: How to tame your salt habit Getting too much sodium can raise your blood pressure and cause other [...]

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Mayo Clinic Expert Available to Discuss Long-Term Health for People with Multiple Sclerosis

Note: Updated version ROCHESTER, Minn. — For people with multiple sclerosis — as many as 350,000 Americans, and an estimated 200 new diagnoses every week — managing the debilitating symptoms can be an arduous process. A range of medications are available to help with the fluctuating neurological symptoms such as [...]

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Mayo Clinic Uses New Approach to Reverse Multiple Sclerosis in Mice Models

ROCHESTER, Minn. — June 27, 2012.   Mayo Clinic researchers have successfully used smaller, folded DNA molecules to stimulate regeneration and repair of nerve coatings in mice that mimic multiple sclerosis (MS). They say the finding, published today in the journal PLoS ONE, suggests new possible therapies for MS patients. [...]

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Study Shows Halting an Enzyme Can Slow Multiple Sclerosis in Mice

ROCHESTER, Minn. — Researchers studying multiple sclerosis (MS) have long been looking for the specific molecules in the body that cause lesions in myelin, the fatty, insulating cells that sheathe the nerves. Nearly a decade ago, a group at Mayo Clinic found a new enzyme, called Kallikrein 6, that is present in [...]

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Secondary Progressive Multiple Sclerosis

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Mark Keegan discusses secondary progressive multiple sclerosis. To listen, click the link below. Secondary Progressive MS

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Living with MS

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Sean Pittock looks at life with multilple sclerosis. To listen, click the link below. Living With MS

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Staying Active with MS

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Mark Keegan explains why it's important to stay active when you have multiple sclerosis. To listen, click the link below. Staying Active with MS

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What's Behind MS

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, we explore multiple sclerosis with Mayo Clinic Dr. Sean Pittock. To listen, click the link below. What's Behind MS

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Multiple Sclerosis Study

In this Medical Edge Radio episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Claudia Lucchinetti explains recent research into multiple sclerosis. To listen, click the link below. MS Study

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Multiple Sclerosis Tissue Damage Study

In this Medical Edge episode, Mayo Clinic Dr. Claudia Lucchinetti describes her study that looked at tissue damage associated with multiple sclerosis. To listen, click the link below. MS Tissue Damage Study

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MAYO CLINIC RADIO

Out of the blue and for no apparent reason, multiple sclerosis strikes young men and women in the prime of their life. On the next Mayo Clinic Radio (9/14), Orhun Kantarci, M.D., will join us to discuss the road to diagnosis and how they live with this disease. What is MS? What are the symptoms? Is there [...]

Created by Dana Sparks

TUESDAY Q & A: Discussing concerns with physician about muscle weakness

DEAR MAYO CLINIC: I am 76 years old, and over the last year it has been getting harder to do everyday tasks. Even getting out of a chair is sometimes difficult, and I can tell I’m much weaker than I used to be. Is this a normal part of aging, or [...]

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THURSDAY CONSUMER HEALTH TIPS

      Vitamin D and MS: Is there any connection? Alzheimer's: Consider options for long term care Endometriosis Diabetes diet: Create your healthy-eating plan Learned optimism — Make your inner dialogue more positive

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How to Live with Multiple Sclerosis

MEDIA ADVISORY: Mayo Clinic Expert Available to Discuss Long-Term Health for People with MS For people with multiple sclerosis — as many as 350,000 Americans, and an estimated 200 new diagnoses every week — managing the debilitating symptoms are difficult. A range of medications can help with the fluctuating neurological [...]

Created by Dana Sparks