Autism 30 September '16
Texas lawmakers are being urged to expand the Compassionate Use Act for other medical conditions such as autism. Medical marijuana involves using the whole unprocessed marijuana plant or its basic extracts to treat or manage a disease and its symptoms.
Politics 8 June '16
Ohio's medical marijuana program will cover illnesses such as HIV/AIDS, ALS, cancer, Alzheimer's, epilepsy and Tourette's syndrome. The bill will take effect in three months.
Body 1 June '16
Reaching for a cup of joe before exercising leads to more productive workout sessions. Coffee contains dopamine, a feel-good compound that helps people enjoy exercising.
Body 11 May '16
The price of cholesterol drugs manufactured by Amgen and Sanofi/Regeneron will not be results-based. The medication will get more expensive if patients' cholesterol levels aren't reduced.
Medicine 3 May '16
Biogen and AbbVie’s self-administered multiple sclerosis injection has finally gained the approval of European regulators while a major research has been developing ways to monitor three main central nervous system diseases.
Medicine 3 May '16
A man in Gaza is using bee sting therapy to cure his patients from chronic and fatal illnesses. Apitherapy, or bee therapy, is an ancient practice that has been gaining followers all over the world.
Pregnancy 9 March '16
Medical researchers found that the lack of sufficient vitamin D levels in pregnant women increases their child's risk of developing multiple sclerosis as they get older.
Health/Nutrition 5 March '16
A new study revealed that aside from giving your energy a boost in the morning, coffee can also lower your risk of having multiple sclerosis.
Family Life 24 February '16
You can prevent erectile dysfunction by learning its different causes.
null 27 January '16
Jamie-Lynn Sigler revealed her illness and how her son inspired her to stay strong despite the difficulties.
Health/Nutrition 10 February '14
A "potentially novel therapeutic target" can reduce the deterioration rate of damaged brain cells and instead promote their growth in multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, stated in a press release.