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Best MS T-Shirt

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Remyelination promoted by phosphatidic acid

Cyclic phosphatidic acid treatment suppress cuprizone-induced demyelination and motor dysfunction in mice.... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/myelin
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Study finds no link between vitaminD levels in newborns & MS

A latest study debunked the association between vitamin D levels in newborns and the risk of developing multiple sclerosis in adulthood.

This study was conducted by researchers at the Karolinska Institutet. Over the recent years, it was widely accepted that low levels of vitamin D in newborn babies increase the risk of multiple sclerosis (MS) in adulthood. This is based on the studies that highlighted infants born in spring have a high risk of developing ...
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Fatigue in people with RRMS worsened by higher body temp.

Fatigue in people with relapsing remitting MS worsened by higher body temperature

Researchers have recently discovered that the fatigue that patients with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience is not the same kind of fatigue that healthy people feel from time to time, nor is it caused by the same factors. The National Multiple Sclerosis Society reports that around 80% of people who suffer from MS experience ongoing fatigue, and that the symptom has a major impact ...
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Intestinal worm peptides could treat multiple sclerosis

Peptides naturally produced by intestinal worms could help treat auto-immune diseases such as multiple sclerosis, rheumatoid arthritis, lupus and psoriasis.

That is the finding of a Monash University study, published in the journal of the Federation of American Societies for Experimental Biology..... Read More - http://www.ms-uk.org/endoparasites
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MD vs DO

Dr. Mercola has an article which explains the difference between MD and DO.

http://articles.mercola.com/sites/artic ... =616994973
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Having a tough time.

Hello. So good to find some people that I can relate to. I am 62. When I was 21, I came down with rheumatoid arthritis. Later, I developed fibromyalgia. I never took a single medication for either illness preferring to go the natural route. The hard part was dealing with chronic insomnia; however I was able to keep my head above water through the years and trudge on. I took on a stressful job at ...
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breastfeeding and copoxone

Hi I was diagnosed in October 2012. When I found out I was pregnant when I was told I might never become pregnant. I went off medication. Now I am breastfeeding my 7 week old and the doctor thinks it will be to long to be off medication. I am due to start copoxone and when I ask the safety I was told no studies have been done. I am wondering if others have had ...
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Where to buy fish oil and flax seed oil in the UK

Hi,

I normally import all of my supplements from i-herb in the USA to the UK. However customs regulations have recently changed meaning that fish oil capsules can no longer be imported in bulk by consumers.

So where do you buy your high quality fish oil capsules from the in UK?

Also where you you purchase your flax seed oil from in the UK? The stuff on the shelves at H&B is warm this summer ...
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