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12 of the best mental health apps

Mental health apps Mobile phone or tablet apps can be really useful for supporting your mental wellbeing, so here we take a look at what is available in the app store at the moment. At MS-UK, we believe in offering people affected by multiple sclerosis (MS) as much information as
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Treatment shows remyelination promise

Treatment shows remyelination promisePublished 08 June 2022 A new experimental treatment has been shown to promote the restoration of the myelin sheath in preclinical models of the disease. ABX-002, which is being developed by Autobahn Therapeutics, is a thyromimetic – a lab-made molecule which is designed to mimic the activity
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Smell test might predict DMT affectiveness

Smell test might help predict DMT effectivenessPublished 04 April 2022 A smell test could be used to tell whether treatments for multiple sclerosis (MS) are working or not, a new study suggests. Researchers in Austria teste whether measuring olfactory threshold (OT) could be a way to detect whether a person
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MS and memory problems – a cause identified

MS and memory problems – a cause identifiedPublished 06 May 2021 A new study has found missing out on sleep may worsen the memory of people with clinically isolated syndrome or relapsing remitting multiple sclerosis (MS). Researchers also found a link between sleep deprivation and worse cognitive efficiency, although they
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30 minutes of sun lowers MS risk in kids

30 minutes of sun lowers MS risk in kidsPublished 03 March 2021 Spending more time in the sun during summer is strongly protective for very early-onset multiple sclerosis (MS), as is residing in a sunnier location, according to a new study which was presented at the Americas Committee for Treatment
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