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Physical Activity Barriers

By Michal Sakal, certified occupational therapist. Although everyone knows that physical activity is important and…

Hydrotherapy and MS

By Michal Sakal, certified occupational therapist. Exercise in general may help manage Multiple Sclerosis symptoms…

Which diet can be beneficial?

By Heli Rostoker a certified dietician. There are a number of diets that have been…

Parental-MS impact on the child

Do children in families where one parent has MS differ in relationships with their parents…

Is MS caused by a virus?

An intriguing new interesting study points at Epstein-Barr virus (EBV) as a significant trigger for…

THC & CBD

By Dr. Ron Milo, Chairman of the Department of Neurology and director of the Multiple…

MS Symptoms & Cannabis

By Dr. Ron Milo, Chairman of the Department of Neurology and director of the Multiple…

Medical Cannabis Side-Effects with MS patients

By Dr. Ron Milo, Chairman of the Department of Neurology and director of the Multiple…

What is a Clinical Trial?

You have probably encountered the term ”Clinical trial” before. You might have come across other…

Vitamin D & Multiple Sclerosis

Vitamin D, also called the ”sunshine vitamin”, can be produced in the body, unlike other…

Urodynamic Testing

 If you experience urine leakage or incontinency, recurring urinary tract infections, problems in emptying the…

Types of MS

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is expressed differently in each individual. In 2013 an international committee defined…

Tinnitus – Did You Know?

”I can hear my heartbeat in my ear”. ”When the ringing starts, I look around…

MS & The Spinal Cord

Multiple Sclerosis affects the CNS (central nervous system), which is comprised of the brain and…

Steroids for MS Treatment

If you are living with MS and your doctor has recommended steroids, you are probably…

Smoking and MS – A Bad Combo

You know that smoking is not healthy or helpful to anyone. It’s best not to…

Probiotics & MS

First, a short introduction to the trillions of microscopic creatures that live in your gut….

Obesity and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)

Scientific evidence suggests that there is a causal link between obesity and Multiple Sclerosis (MS)….

Kegel Exercises

Leaking urine (incontinence) is a common symptom of living with MS. It can be a…

MS & Insomnia

Numerous people with MS experience sleeping disorders, including insomnia. Insomnia may include difficulty falling asleep,…

Exercise and Multiple Sclerosis

Research from recent years has demonstrated that an active lifestyle increases the quality of life…

CBT & MS

People with Multiple Sclerosis (MS) are well aware of the fact that MS is more…

Anxiety & MS

Do you have anxious, racing thoughts? Do you feel as if you are stressing out…

Have you Considered a Second Opinion?

Have you recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis? Have you been living with multiple sclerosis…

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