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  1. jar of happiness, anxietyNo one needs to be reminded of the pandemic we’re in the midst of. We live it every day. The novel coronavirus has attacked with a vengeance, proving that no one is safe from its ruins. The actuality of being quarantined and the practice of social distancing have resulted in the hoarding of toilet paper, […]

    The post Calm, Care, and Prayer Will Help During the Coronavirus Crisis appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

  2. virtualLiving through this unique time is nothing like I’ve ever experienced before.  There’s so much doom and gloom around lately. I don’t know about you, but the constant government alerts and updates don’t feel like they’re helping me. It’s enough to drive me insane if I let it.  So, how do we remain positive during […]

    The post How to Cope and Thrive During a Challenging Time appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

  3. Canada and EHP-101EHP-101, a cannabidiol-derived investigational therapy being developed by Emerald Health Pharmaceuticals (EHP) to treat multiple sclerosis (MS), is not a controlled substance in Canada, the company announced. The active ingredient in EHP-101 is a derivative of cannabidiol, abbreviated CBD. This is one of the most well-known active compounds in the cannabis plant, the other being tetrahydrocannabinol (THC). […]

    The post Canada Rules EHP-101, Potential Cannabidiol Treatment, Not Controlled Substance appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

  4. bile acid supplementsMultiple sclerosis (MS) patients have lower than usual levels of molecules called bile acids circulating in their blood, a  study found. These molecules, produced in the liver to aid fat absorption in the gut, also appear to block inflammation and nerve cell damage in the brain. Oral treatment with tauroursodeoxycholic acid (TUDCA) — a bile acid now […]

    The post Bile Acid Supplements May Ease Symptoms of Progressive MS appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

  5. PonesimodAs the COVID-19 pandemic swirls around us, we will continue to provide our readers with information about the novel coronavirus and many other MS topics at our MS News Today Forums. *** FDA Approves Zeposia (Ozanimod), Oral Therapy for All with Relapsing MS The top MS news this week, and possibly so far this year, […]

    The post MS News that Caught My Eye Last Week: COVID-19 and MS, Zeposia Approved, Talk Therapy, Temelimab Trial Postponed appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.


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