Can particles in dairy and beef cause cancer and MS?
Researchers found single-stranded DNA rings that originated in viruses, which they named bovine meat and milk factors, in the intestines of...
Physical activity is a growing priority for patients with MS
Recent research suggests that exercise may benefit patients with MS.
New digital tools hold promise for patients with MS
High-tech tools currently in development can detect not only motor and visual dysfunction but also cognitive dysfunction.
MS looks homogeneous
An analysis of clinical factors and treatment responses calls for personal rather than precision medicine.
Portable MRI has potential for MS
A blinded study showed good agreement with high-field MRI for some applications, but more development is needed.
A better MS measure?
A ‘digital carpet’ may provide more granular information about functional decline in patients with MS.
Cutting calories may benefit cognition in MS
For patients with MS, cognition can be positively influenced by healthy dietary habits.
High level of psychiatric morbidity in prodromal MS
The relative risk of psychiatric morbidity was up to 88% higher in patients with MS, compared with their counterparts without the disease.
MOGAD: Immunotherapy predicts fewer relapses
IVIG therapy appears to be the most effective for reducing relapses.
To prevent MS, should we target EBV?
Can a vaccine against EBV reduce MS incidence on a population level? Two experts debate.