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Naltrexone, a drug developed to treat opioid addiction, may reduce MS fatigue when used at very low doses. [Read More]
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Specialized heart centers may be better than going to a local hospital when suffering from cardiac arrest. Learn more about this new study. [Read More]
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Knee replacement surgery isn't always a game changer, according to a new study that raises questions about the increasingly common procedure. [Read More]
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Janelle Baliko spent five days on the Connecticut River to raise money for Crohn's disease. She won't let her abdominal pain keep her from an... [Read More]
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Do you need to see a dermatologist? Learn when a skin treatment can be done at home and when a skin condition requires the attention... [Read More]
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The drug Ocrevus (ocrelizumab) is the first ever approved to treat primary-progressive MS, a type of MS associated with significant disability. [Read More]
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Many studies have looked at the potential benefit of taking vitamin D to help ward off cancer. Learn more about this new clinical trial that... [Read More]
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Pressure sores can occur when a person with MS sits or lies in one position for too long. Learn what to look for and how... [Read More]
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Chia seeds are touted for their omega-3 fatty acids, protein, and fiber. Up the health factor in a variety of dishes with these creative recipes! [Read More]
Getting older can bring senior health challenges. By being aware of these common chronic conditions, you can take steps to stave off disease as you... [Read More]
Many dialysis patients have high rates of colonoscopy screening for colon cancer, but most get little benefit from these screenings. Learn more about this new... [Read More]
Fewer risks for heart disease, diabetes seen among physically active adults... [Read More]
With ulcerative colitis, symptoms like pain, urgency, and diarrhea may feel like the new normal. Here's what to know about these symptoms. [Read More]
Find out how these drugs work, and what you need to know before starting this common treatment. [Read More]
Want to be more productive with MS? Learn from voices of experience how to pace yourself to accomplish more. [Read More]
Itching, pain, and crawling sensations on the skin can take a mental and physical toll. Treating these MS symptoms often requires trial and error. [Read More]
Injectable drugs may be more effective in lowering cholesterol than statins. Learn more about this treatment, and how much it costs. [Read More]
Practicing healthy habits can help improve quality of life and enhance advanced breast cancer treatment. Try these tips from Everyday Health. [Read More]
Many people living with atrial fibrillation take blood thinners to reduce the risk of stroke. Learn more about why they may be unnecessary. [Read More]
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