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Nutrition "Quiz"

A reference for physicians in assessing patient nutritional status (I know, it sounds crazy, but there it is). Includes queries on state of skin, mouth, hair, nails, GI, and other physical attributes; correlates with possible deficiency states. Plenty of other interesting tidbits.

http://www.med.upenn.edu/nutrimed/docum ... deline.pdf
University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine
Nutrition Education and Prevention Program
MEDICINE CLERKSHIP NUTRITION REQUIREMENT
NUTRITION ASSESSMENT WRITE-UP GUIDELINES

most of the deficiencies listed ...
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Heat, MS and the disease process

It's widely acknowledged that heat makes MS symptoms more noticeable.

This is generally though to be because nerves transmit information faster in the heat and are therefore more likely to misfire in the case of MS.

However I read an article which recounted a woman with MS dying whilst sunbathing. Also my first noticeable 'MS attack' occurred after using a very high powered sun bed in a poorly ventilated room with no cooling system.

So ...
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Time for me to join in

Hello.

I guess it's time for me to join in. I received my "official" diagnosis today.

I've spent a little while perusing the site and it looks like there is a lot of good information and there are many helpful people here. I think I will learn a lot and if nothing else, not feel so alone.
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Excerise making worse

Ah, how convenient. :wink:

I had a vertigo relapse two months ago. I am pretty much back to normal now, and started going back tot he gym on Monday Ever since, the vertigo has been creeping back.

Any ideas what it could be? Maybe I am jumping to conclusions...
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Man Can Breath Again (Stem Cell Video Story)

I apologize if this has been mentioned on here as i searched the forums and did not see it but here's a great video story of a man who has been paralysed from the neck down for 14 years now from an accident and couldn't breath on his own went to India and had a stem cell procedure done and now can breath again without a resperator and also not fall over when sitting. They're ...
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I am just asking......

Hi everybody....

I am very interesting.....when does rebif take effect (after how many time). I mean, do you have any improvement, or how long does it take to notice any improvement...if there is any.....
:cry:
Hope you are not angry about these questions.... :)

Thanks for your reply, and have a nice day.....



Sorry, my language ...
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Question about acetylcholinesterase inhibitors, cog function

Has anyone had any luck using acetylcholinesterase inhibitors like razadyne/ aricept to improve cognitive function?

My Doc prescribed razadyne, but insurance won't cover it unless I get a DX of Alzheimers. I'm not willing to do that. I saw and article not long ago where that dx. followed someone around on health records.

I'd be willing to try it out of pocket if it works.

I do so miss my brain....
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Regulatory B cells

Regulatory B cells and interleukin – 10… they keep cropping up, don't they?

Public release date: 27-May-2008


Contact: Mary Jane Gore
mary.gore@duke.edu
919-660-1309
Duke University Medical Center
Regulatory B cells exist -- and pack a punch

DURHAM, N.C. – Researchers at Duke University Medical Center have uncovered definitive evidence that a small but potent subset of immune system B ...
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Another one for copaxone!

I finally saw the right doctor! And he has recommended copaxone (apparently beta interferons are not a great idea if you have a history of epilepsy & depression).

I see the MS nurse on tuesday next week and we'll see what happens from there - if anybody has any advice / thoughts / knowledge to share I would appreciate it.
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Phase II for LymphoStat-B

A lupus medication fast-tracked for MS- more B cell activity....

LymphoStat-B® (belamumab) is a human monoclonal antibody that inhibits the biological activity of B-lymphocyte stimulator, or BLyS®. BLyS is a naturally occurring protein discovered by HGS. In lupus and certain other autoimmune diseases, elevated levels of BLyS are believed to contribute to the production of autoantibodies – antibodies that attack and destroy the body’s own healthy tissues.

http://www.hgsi.com/lymphostat-ba-belimumab.html

Human ...
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