Assuming study is required, the following results were found.

  • Prozac and Autism in Children

    and colleagues, in JAMA. The adjusted analysis should be given more weight because it corrects for imbalances in the study, Reddihough maintained. "While this is a study with negative findings, it is an important addition to the evidence base for...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/9029-prozac-and-autism-in-children
  • Blue Cross Blue Shield Association Reports Americans with Multiple Sclerosis are Three Times More Likely to Have Behavioral Health Conditions - BioSpace

    to 2017. The findings revealed that the average age of someone living with MS is 47 years old. Additional findings from the study are: There were 21,700 new MS diagnoses – a 4 percent increase from 2014 to 2017. 75 percent of those diagnosed with MS are...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8857-blue-cross-blue-shield-association-reports-americans-with-multiple-sclerosis-are-three-times-more-likely-to-have-behavioral-health-conditions-biospace
  • How childhood viral infections may later drive multiple sclerosis

    may prime it for the development of autoimmune conditions, such as multiple sclerosis, later in life — this is what a recent study that scientists conducted in mice seems to suggest. Could viral infections that occur during childhood 'pave the way' for...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/7889-how-childhood-viral-infections-may-later-drive-multiple-sclerosis
  • Research explains why many psychiatric drugs that work in the lab don’t work in people

    that could explain why many psychiatric drugs that work in the lab don’t work in people. Now an incredibly detailed new study shows it is also because of hundreds of crucial differences in gene expression between mouse and human brains. In other words,...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8330-research-explains-why-many-psychiatric-drugs-that-work-in-the-lab-don-t-work-in-people
  • MS Risk Nearly Doubles 15 Years Following Teen Concussion - Medscape

    for multiple sclerosis (MS) later in life, especially 15 years or more following their head trauma, a large retrospective study suggests. This risk for developing MS over time nearly doubled in this population compared with people without a history of...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8693-ms-risk-nearly-doubles-15-years-following-teen-concussion-medscape
  • MS: High-strength MRI may predict disease progression

    Researchers were able to detect previously unidentified MS lesions in the brain using a powerful MRI scanner. Their study reveals that the development of lesions in the brain's cortical gray matter may be a predictor of neurological disability for...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8715-ms-high-strength-mri-may-predict-disease-progression-1
  • Can Anti-TNF Drugs Reduce Alzheimer's Risk?

    she told MedPage Today. The findings also reinforce the concept that late-onset Alzheimer's may have multiple causes, added study author Mark Gurney, PhD, chief executive officer of Tetra Therapeutics in Grand Rapids, Michigan. "In this subset of...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8833-can-anti-tnf-drugs-reduce-alzheimer-s-risk
  • Vaccinations do not raise risk of multiple sclerosis

    A large study has concluded that vaccinations are not a risk factor for multiple sclerosis. Instead, the findings reveal a consistent link between higher vaccination rates and a lower likelihood of developing the disabling condition. There is no...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8172-vaccinations-do-not-raise-risk-of-multiple-sclerosis
  • Serum NfL Levels May Indicate MS Prodromal Phase

    of serum neurofilament light (NfL) increased 6 years before the clinical onset of multiple sclerosis (MS), a case-control study of active-duty U.S. military personnel showed. In serum samples drawn a median of 6 years before clinical onset of the...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8647-serum-nfl-levels-may-indicate-ms-prodromal-phase
  • 'Social Jet Lag' May Contribute to Girls' Weight

    Teenage girls' sleep patterns and bedtimes were associated with risk of obesity, a cross-sectional study found. For girls, each hour of "social jet lag" -- difference between weekdays and weekends in sleep midpoint, measured by actigraphy -- was linked...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/articles/2-uncategorised/8656-social-jet-lag-may-contribute-to-girls-weight
  • Dark Rimmed Brain Lesions May Be Signal of Aggressive Disease, NIH Study Says

    active lesions a patient has, the greater the chances they will experience this type of MS,” Daniel S. Reich, MD, PhD, the study’s senior author and a senior investigator at the NIH, said a news release. “We hope these results will help test the...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/dark-rimmed-brain-lesions-may-be-signal-of-aggressive-disease-nih-study-says
  • Conceptual framework to study role of exercise in multiple sclerosis

    Neural Repair, 2018; 32 (10): 847 DOI: 10.1177/1545968318798938 Cite This Page: Kessler Foundation. "Conceptual framework to study role of exercise in multiple sclerosis." ScienceDaily. ScienceDaily, 17 October 2018. . Kessler Foundation. (2018, October...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/conceptual-framework-to-study-role-of-exercise-in-multiple-sclerosis
  • Study shows promise in repairing damaged myelin

    he expects it will be a few years before the compound advances to the stage of a clinical trial involving people. Yet the study provides fresh hope for patients in Oregon and beyond. "It could have a significant impact on patients debilitated by MS,"...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/study-shows-promise-in-repairing-damaged-myelin
  • Study shows importance of personal social networks on neurological outcomes

    risk of disease? It's a contentious idea but one that researchers want to explore in the future and better understand. A new study by investigators from Brigham and Women's Hospital helps lay important groundwork for such studies by developing and...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/study-shows-importance-of-personal-social-networks-on-neurological-outcomes
  • Study shows the progression of multiple sclerosis can be slowed

    drugs, commonly known as anti-B cell drugs, which help moderate attacks and delay the progression of disability. Now, a new study by the University of Montreal Hospital Research Centre (CRCHUM) in Canada has shown a way of decelerating the progression...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/study-shows-the-progression-of-multiple-sclerosis-can-be-slowed
  • MS: Paleo diet may reduce fatigue by improving cholesterol

    side effects. Some research has suggested that making dietary changes could improve fatigue in MS. For instance, a previous study has shown that a very low fat, plant based diet can improve exhaustion in people with relapsing remitting MS. New research...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/ms-paleo-diet-may-reduce-fatigue-by-improving-cholesterol
  • Vaccinations do not raise risk of multiple sclerosis

    A large study has concluded that vaccinations are not a risk factor for multiple sclerosis. Instead, the findings reveal a consistent link between higher vaccination rates and a lower likelihood of developing the disabling condition. There is no...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/vaccinations-do-not-raise-risk-of-multiple-sclerosis
  • Social cognition, mood and fatigue in multiple sclerosis

    A recent study by Kessler Foundation researchers linked the deficits in social cognition in multiple sclerosis with symptoms in other domains. The article, "Relationship between social cognition and fatigue, depressive symptoms, and anxiety in multiple...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/social-cognition-mood-and-fatigue-in-multiple-sclerosis
  • Food allergies and multiple sclerosis: New link

    the association between inflammatory disease activity and allergy history in a subset of patients enrolled in a large study known as the Comprehensive Longitudinal Investigation of Multiple Sclerosis at Brigham and Women's Hospital (CLIMB). A total of...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/food-allergies-and-multiple-sclerosis-new-link
  • Scientists create new map of brain's immune system

    in the brain changes in the course of multiple sclerosis (MS), which is significant for future therapeutic approaches. The study was published on 14. February 2019 in the journal Nature. "We were able to show that there is only a single type of...

    https://mschristian.org/index.php/blog/scientists-create-new-map-of-brain-s-immune-system

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