I'm thinking that here is something that is commonly experienced by those with MS. It's not like 75% do and 25% don't. I know I'm not going to get directly at a therapy from this, but maybe a better understanding - potentially in support of something, like how we have been thinking about the Faroe's and such.
Here are some links to basic information about weather, but when read with MS in mind and in light of Russel Johnson's observations, I think it might make us think a little bit.....
Moisture and Humidity
Dew Point and Humidity
Dew Point and Humidity #2
Temperature Effecting Dew Point
I realize this is intended for basic science students, but I highlighted all over these. It's anice little site to know about too.
What do you think when you read this stuff and think about how humidity effects MS? Ken