The Image Of Ms

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What does multiple sclerosis (MS) look like? The answer is not simple. However, a new photo exhibit is challenging public perceptions about MS, and helping put the disease in focus. In doing so, the exhibit is meant to encourage those with symptoms of MS to seek early diagnosis and treatment. The exhibit, called “The Image […]


I Am Multiple Sclerosis

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Hi, my name is Multiple Sclerosis. You know me as a chronic disease that affects the brain and spinal cord. I don’t really like that name or title so lets stick with MS for short. I can cause a variety of symptoms, which include: – Changes in sensation – Visual problems – Weakness – Depression […]


The Signs Of Multiple Sclerosis

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Multiple Sclerosis is an inflammatory disease of the Central Nervous System which consist of the brain and spinal cord. It is also called the disease of the “white matter” tissue. White matter consists of nerve fibers which are responsible for transmitting communication signals both internally within the CNS and between the CNS and the nerves […]


Need Tip Here You Go

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A tip(idea) is an image existing or formed in the mind. The human capacity to contemplate tip(idea)s is associated with the capacity for reason, self-reflection, and the ability to acquire and apply intellect. Ideas give rise to concepts, which are the basis for any kind of knowledge whether science or philosophy. However, in a popular […]


Multiple Sclerosis What Is It

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Multiple Sclerosis- what is it? Multiple Sclerosis (MS) is an autoimmune disease of the central nervous system (CNS) where the body’s own immune cells attack the nervous system. In Multiple Sclerosis, inflammation of nervous tissue causes the loss of myelin, a fatty material that acts as a sort of protective insulation for the nerve fibers […]


Life After Multiple Sclerosis An Ms Patient Goes Public

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About the author, MS, and Why FSBO (in his own words): I retired from real estate in SW Washington, but only when I could no longer walk. Over three years previous, the doctors had said I needed to “Get rid of stress and stop working.” In denial, I was slow to accept Multiple Sclerosis. Who, […]


Perminant Progressive Ms Multiple Sclerosis One Victim S Dated Report

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Labor Day ~ 2005 When, a couple of years ago, I wrote an article about my dread disease, I still had not fully comprehended how disabling Perminant Progressive MS can become. I had come to realize that my denial had delayed acceptance of the diagnosis, my fear had stampeded me to stupid decisions, and had […]


Early Diagnosis Of Multiple Sclerosis Difficult But Important

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The principal dilemma in current management of multiple sclerosis is that while early diagnosis enables damage-sparing treatment to begin, diagnosing MS too early increases the likelihood of treating people who don’t actually have the disease. Current disease-modifying drugs are all given by injection and cost about $14,000 per year. Apart from being inconvenient and expensive, […]


Binge Eating Binge Eating Disorder Compulsive Exercising

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The term bulimia means excessive or abnormal desire for food which is better described as ox-hunger. Bulimia Nervosa disorder has the character of repeating occurrence of binge eating which develops the person with lack of sense for having no control on eating behavior and encourages self-induced vomiting and intake of laxatives and drugs to get […]