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Foods to Avoid with Multiple Sclerosis

Foods to Avoid with Multiple Sclerosis

Maintaining a healthy and nutritious diet is important in managing the symptoms of Multiple Sclerosis (MS). MS occurs when the body’s own immune system attacks the central nervous system. This can lead to potential symptoms such as numbness, fatigue, vision problems, bowel and bladder dysfunction, and movement challenges. Following a healthy diet can help play…

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Stem Cells Looking Promising for the Treatment of Psoriasis

Stem Cells Looking Promising for the Treatment of Psoriasis

A recent review in the International Journal of Molecular Science has outlined the role that stem cells play in psoriasis. The first clinical trials using stem cells to address psoriasis are currently underway. The idea to use stem cells to treat psoriasis came serendipitously when researchers observed that, when patients with other conditions were treated…

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How Does Warm Weather Affect Psoriasis

How Does Warm Weather Affect Psoriasis?

Psoriasis is a chronic condition in which the immune system triggers an overproduction of skin cells. While it is a lifelong disease, its sufferers know to expect certain periods of flare-ups and other times when the condition’s symptoms are more manageable. Around this time of year, one question psoriasis patients often have is: How will…

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5 Ways to Naturally Reduce Inflammation

5 Ways to Naturally Reduce Inflammation

Any time your body recognizes a foreign entity – whether it’s pollen, a chemical, a microbe, or something similar – it responds with inflammation. Persistent inflammation is a problem, because as Harvard Medical School explains, it is linked to serious diseases such as Alzheimer’s, heart disease, certain types of cancer, diabetes, and arthritis. For individuals…

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