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report: <1% of canadians meeting diet guidelines

Most Waterloo Region residents don't meet food guidelines: report (2014)
http://www.cbc.ca/news/canada/kitchener ... -1.2735121
"Researchers found that only 3 out of every 1000 people in the region met the healthy eating guidelines set out by Health Canada.
"It's a fairly shocking number, especially because 75 per cent of Canadians think they eat a good or excellent-quality diet," "But actually the Canadian average is about 0.5 ...
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CCSVI in Meniere disease

Mèniére Disease (MD) is a disorder of the inner ear producing vertigo and hearing loss. Circulatory problems seem to be implicated. The researchers in this article compare CCSVI in MS patients with normal controls and MD patients.

The importance for this forum is that it shows really striking differences between the normal controls and the MS patients that I had not seen previously published, like the division of jugular veins in three levels (IJ1 - ...
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Question about treatment without MRI info.

Hi there,

Following the advice from a regular member here, my husband (who has advanced MS - as seen on his two MRIs, but very mild symptoms - some optic neurisis and balance issues) - has decided not to get his follow-up, 6 month MRI. There are concerns about the toxicity of the contrast dye involved in the MRIs, and we figured better safe than sorry. Maybe?

Anyway, we are wondering about how to decide ...
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Bioness L300 for left leg

Bioness L300,left leg, cuff size medium including controller, gait sensor and replacement battery. user guide and carrying case.
Paid $6000+, asking $2500 or obo. If interested or have questions, contact me either thru this site or email me at
lsg111262@gmail.com
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Bioness L300 for left leg

Bioness L300,left leg, cuff size medium including controller, gait sensor and replacement battery. user guide and carrying case.
Paid $6000+, asking $2500 or obo. If interested or have questions, contact me either thru this site or email me at
lsg111262@gmail.com
Read more : Bioness L300 for left leg | Views : 378 | Replies : 0 | Forum : Medical Devices


Imbalances in brain microbiota may be behind demyelination..

Imbalances in brain microbiota may be behind demyelination in MS, study says

Alterations in microorganisms in the brains of multiple sclerosis patients could contribute to underlying disease mechanisms, including demyelination, according to researchers...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/imbalances-brain-microbiota-may-be-behind-demyelination-ms-study-says-121216
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New clues to myelination could help identify ways to...

New clues to myelination could help identify ways to intervene in neurodegenerative diseases

Researchers at the University at Buffalo have identified a critical step in myelination after birth that has significance for treating neurodegenerative diseases like multiple sclerosis, in which myelin is lost or damaged...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/new-clues-myelination-could-help-identify-ways-intervene-neurodegenerative-diseases-121216
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MS-UK Guest blog: Indoor Skydiving with Sportability

Check out our latest blog - a review of indoor skydiving with Christian Rolfe - see what he makes of Sportability in this guest blog! https://multiplesclerosisuk.wordpress.com/2016/12/12/guest-blog-indoor-skydiving-with-sportability/
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Key myelin protein, MBP, seen to break down differently...

Key myelin protein, MBP, seen to break down differently in brains of MS patients

Researchers monitoring the decomposition of an abundant brain protein, called myelin basic protein (MBP), discovered that this protein breaks down differently in people with multiple sclerosis than it does in those without the disease, particularly in two surface regions, and that difference may be the trigger for immune reactions and myelin damage...Read more - http://www.ms-uk.org/key-myelin-protein-mbp-seen-break-down-differently-brains-ms-patients-121216
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hello from northern bc canada

hello everyone. new here but have read though a few posts. mostly about medications and routines.
im from a small village in the north west coast of british columbia canada :) its beautiful i love it here, i was diagnosed this past summer with MS.
first major hurdle was Optic Neuritis was looking out on the water one day and noticed that my vision was clouded in ...
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