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High vitamin B12 for MS

Vitamin B12 for MS Can humble vitamin b12 help improve MS symptoms? Ian Cook investigates If you tell your neurologist you are taking vitamins to treat your multiple sclerosis (MS) you are likely to be met with scepticism or worse. However, there is no reason to be so dismissive. The
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Kennel cough vaccine and MS

Kennel cough vaccine and MS I took my dog to our vet to get the kennel cough vaccine for her (Mobivac nasal spray). The vet asked if anyone in the household had immune system issues, as Mobivac is a live vaccine. I told them I had MS and they said
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Cannabis medicine improved MS symptom in small study

Cannabis medicine improved MS symptom in small studyPublished: 24 October 2022 People with multiple sclerosis (MS) who were treated with nabiximols – which contains compounds of the cannabis plant and is licenced in the UK under the brand name Sativex – saw their spasticity reduced and had improved arm and
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What will be your legacy?

What will be your legacy? Jill Purcell, Fundraising Manager at MS-UK explains how leaving something in your will makes an incredible difference Leaving a gift in your Will is an incredible way for you to help MS-UK be here for the future. Pass on a gift to the next generation
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Celebrating the TCS London Marathon 2022

Celebrating the TCS London Marathon 2022 For this fundraiser of the month, we would like to celebrate everyone who took part in the TCS London Marathon. You have all been amazingly dedicated to fundraising and training which has earned you all the title of fundraisers of the month! On Sunday
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Is multiple sclerosis hereditary?

Is multiple sclerosis hereditary? When you find out you have the condition, you may wonder – is multiple sclerosis hereditary? You may already have children and worry if they too will develop MS. Or perhaps you are planning children in the future. For MS to be hereditary, it would have
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Financial scams

Financial scams There are many different types of financial scams which target the public and businesses for illegal gains. Many of these scams are sophisticated and range from credit card, banking and payment card frauds to computer misuse such as gaining unauthorised access to information.   The 2019 Financial Cost
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Reach for the sky

Reach for the sky Sharon Dillon’s skydiving for MS-UK after being diagnosed last year I have multiple sclerosis (MS) and had the condition for over five years when I was finally diagnosed in 2021. I currently control the MS, it does not control me. I get fatigued along with other
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Changing your outlook

Changing your outlook MS-UK Counsellor Leila Hancox on the thoughts and emotions someone with an MS diagnosis may have. Whether you have just been diagnosed or are going through a tough time with multiple sclerosis (MS), it can be hard to know how to deal with the emotional impact of
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Introducing the new MS and Work Peer Pod!

Introducing the new MS and Work Peer Pod! MS-UK is excited to introduce our brand new MS and Work Peer Pod to our peer support service. This is for those who are living with MS and still working, in whatever profession. Work-life balance is important for everyone and working with
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