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Multiple Sclerosis Society Volunteer Named Kohl's Kids Who Care National Scholarship Winner
1 Aug 2007
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Affordable, Easy-to-Use Accessible Technology is Within Reach for People with MS According to a new survey released this week in conjunction with the National MS Society's National Conference, many people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) who experience visual, dexterity, and cognitive challenges report that technology plays a vital role in helping them live with the disease. However, relatively few are using the assistive technologies that could help them overcome many of these challenges.
26 Oct 2007
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Nutra Pharma is a biotechnology company developing treatments to Multiple Sclerosis, Herpes, HIV and Adrenomyeloneuropathy. Come explore what Nutra Pharma is doing by watching this short video or by visiting us online at *******www.NutraPharma****
18 Mar 2008
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----GET HIGH? then click SUBSCRIBE----for Gary medical marijuana pot doll is show up to get legal prescription for smoking medical marijuana like montel williams on the montel show. Legal prescription pot. Drops montel-s name from the montel and shows symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS), and shows Glaucoma symptoms for prescriptions to smoke marijuana / pot. Gary is waiting for an invite to montel-s show to talk about legalizing marijuana. And to puff some high end prescription stuff too. Email us Mr. Williams if gary can meet Montel Williams. Thx- Gary
25 Mar 2008
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Nearly all people (97 percent) with multiple sclerosis (MS) who have started treatment say their commitment to managing their disease in every way possible is their prime motivation for staying on therapy, according to a new North American survey of people with MS, results of which were released today at the Consortium of Multiple Sclerosis Centers annual meeting in Denver. However, the survey also found that people with the disease can face significant barriers that make it difficult for them to start or stay fully committed to an effective treatment regimen. For more information on this story and others, visit www.newsinfusion****
2 Jul 2008
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Despite affecting as many as 1 in 800 of us, very little is known about Multiple Sclerosis, and diagnosis is still notoriously tricky. Each year a further 2,500 are diagnosed with the condition in the UK, with symptoms ranging from visual or co-ordination loss to speech or bladder problems. In this video GP Dr Hilary Jones and MS Trust Chief Exec Pam MacFarlane explain more about the condition and the support available for sufferers and their families.
9 Oct 2008
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Is a disease always a bad thing? Throughout the bible we see people that were diseased and how Jesus healed them. The disease however was what always brought them to the feet of Jesus. Jeff Lassiter was diagnosed with MS (Multiple Sclerosis) 10 years ago. Listen how Jesus helps Jeff cope with this disease.
14 Mar 2009
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Millions of British people are at risk of developing serious health conditions because of low vitamin D levels declares a new scientific review commissioned by the Health Supplements Information Service (HSIS). Despite the proven health benefits of vitamin D, about three quarters of British adults fail to reach even their basic requirements thanks to poor dietary intakes and a lack of sun in this country. Now nutrition experts are calling for the shortfall in our diets to be made up by improved dietary intakes and vitamin D supplementation. As studies show, supplementation has a guaranteed effect on vitamin D status. In this latest study review, called ‘Health Impacts of Vitamin D: Are We Getting Enough?’, independent researchers analysed the current evidence surrounding vitamin D. The aims were to identify the main health benefits associated with the vitamin and to explore issues surrounding optimal daily intakes. Leading dietitian, Dr Carrie Ruxton, and senior lecturer in Human Nutrition at Manchester Metropolitan University, Dr Emma Derbyshire, reviewed more than 100 published research papers relating to the potential power of vitamin D, mechanisms to explain its benefits, vitamin D intakes and recommendations. Their paper will be published in the June issue of Nutrition Bulletin, the journal of the British Nutrition Foundation. Scientific research suggests that vitamin D plays an important role in helping combat a host of serious health conditions, including cancer, heart disease, multiple sclerosis and immune disorders, as well as boosting bone health. Recent research work has linked vitamin D deficiency with a significantly increased risk of poor mental and physical health. Normally vitamin D is produced by the body following skin exposure to sunlight. However, the northern latitude of the UK means that adequate access to sunlight is only possible over 7 months of the year. During the winter months, there is simply not enough sunlight to stimulate our bodies to make vitamin D. An increased awareness of the risks of skin cancer has also limited typical skin sun exposure levels, as have cultural reasons for covering the skin. A regular intake of vitamin D-rich foods or a multivitamin rich in vitamin D can help enhance our skin production. Good food sources include oily fish, meat, fats and spreads, breakfast cereals, dairy products and eggs. However, consumption of many of these foods has declined in recent years. For example, in 1974, the average person bought 147g a week of butter compared with just 41g a week in 2007. Currently in the UK, there are no recommended intake levels of vitamin D for most adults. The European Union recommends a daily intake of 5µg (micrograms) for food labelling purposes, while the European Food Safety Authority suggests a maximum of 25µg a day for children and 50µg a day for 12 to 70 year olds. Dr Ruxton and Dr Derbyshire found that in the UK, 71 per cent of men and 78 per cent of women failed to reach even 5µg of vitamin D intake a day, with an average of just 3.7µg for men and 2.8µg for women. The recommended safe upper level in America, Australia and New Zealand is 80µg a day, but studies now suggest that levels of 500 to 1,000µg a day may well be safe. One study reported that to lower the risk of osteoporotic bone fractures, adults needed to take at least 55µg of vitamin D through diet, in addition to usual sun exposure. Commenting on the latest review commissioned by HSIS, Dr Ruxton says: “There is a growing body of literature to show that vitamin D is important for maintaining health and lowering the risk of some chronic diseases. A better vitamin D status appears to be linked with a lower risk of cardiovascular disease, diabetes and inflammatory conditions, and less cognitive impairment in older people. “Taking the evidence as a whole, a rather worrying picture emerges implying that British adults and children are at increased risk of chronic disease due to vitamin D insufficiency. We need to re-examine UK dietary recommendations for vitamin D, which were originally informed by research from the 1960s and 1970s. In particular, vitamin D recommendations for those unlikely to achieve sufficient sun exposure, or those with particular health needs, need to be addressed. “We also need to address declining intakes of foods rich in vitamin D. Most people are still failing to eat enough oily fish or low fat dairy foods which are useful sources of the vitamin. Vitamin supplementation such as taking a daily multivitamin rich in vitamin D could play a useful role in addressing low vitamin D intakes as studies show they help boost vitamin D levels in the blood. Not everyone gets all the nutrients they need from their diet so a multivitamin containing vitamin D can be a good insurance policy while long-term dietary changes are being made.” For more information on vitamins and minerals visit www.HSIS*******.
5 Jun 2009
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Turmeric (Curcuma longa) family of Zingiberaceae) a Perennial herbal plant, native to India and known as Haldi. The herbal preparations are derived from the plant's yellowish-orange root, which is also used as a dye. Tumeric, prime component of curry powders, used as a spice to flavour many types of food. Turmeric / Curcumin, used in the treatment of arthritis. Therapeuticaly, Turmeric is about half as effective as corticosteroids, but without the bad side effects. Indiscriminate use of Tumeric, can cause fluid retention and bloatedness, raised blood pressure, intestinal bleeding, ulcer formation and increase the risk of osteoporosis. Turmeric has been used for thousands of years as an anti-inflammatory agent in the treatment of sprains, cramps, bruises, and muscle pain. A variety of beneficial results in the treatment of Alzheimer's , arthritis, asthma, athlete's foot, boils, bursitis, breast cancer, colon cancer, cataracts, colic, bronchitis, coughs and colds, dermatitis, diarrhoea, eczema, epilepsy, fever, haemorrhage, haemorrhoids, itching, ringworm. fibrosis's, gallstones, gas, hardening of the arteries, heart disease, Gallbladder problems, hepatitis, indigestion, infections, lack of appetite, scabies, high cholesterol, high triglycerides, inflammation of the eyes,intestinal pain, irritable bowel syndrome, jaundice, lack of menstruation, lymph gland problems, menstrual pain, morning sickness, psoriasis, sprains, ulcers, wounds, yeast infections. In Ayurvedic medicine considered the king of spices. The bitter spice helps cleanse the liver, purify the blood, kills parasites in the intestines and liver fluke., promote good digestion and elimination. Taken orally, turmeric is a favourite folk remedy for infections and parasites of the stomach and the intestines. Turmeric is a traditional remedy for jaundice and other liver ailments. It has also been used along with lentils as a skin cleanser. The principal chemical component of turmeric is curcumin. well known as a liver detoxifier. Curcumin, is a powerful antioxidant, combats viral infection, cancer, and arthritis. Turmeric stimulates the gallbladder for bile production, and scavenges free radicals. Curcumin prevents alcohol and other toxins from being converted into compounds that may be harmful to the liver It is a true favourite amongst Ayurvedic practitioners as an ingredient as a liver detoxifier and treating Sclerosis of the Liver. Topical applications have been used to promote the healing of wounds and skin conditions, used as household remedy, a poultice made from turmeric mixed with slaked lime and applied to the affected parts. Nelson Brunton www.naturalhealingcentre.blogspot****. naturalhealingcentretalktalk****.
14 Jun 2009
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Listen to what Dr.Rowen has to say about how to cure cancer and other diseases. Cancer Treatment Cancer Cure How To Cure Cancer Multiple Sclerosis AIDS Arthritis Hepatitis Influenza Asthma Alzheimer's Disease Eczema Yeast Infections Parkinson's Disease Chronic Pain Gangrene Vascular Disease Herpes Viral Infections Rheumatoid Arthritis Diabetes Type 2 Food Allerges Angina Bronchitis Fungal Infections Shingles Ulcers How To Cure Therapy Treatment Treatments Alternative Chemotherapy High Cholesterol Emphysema Cure MS How To Cure multiple Sclerosis, Beta seron Interferon Copaxone MS Society Numbness Slurred Speach Double Vision Constipation Clonus Symptoms Cancer & Virtually All Diseases - Cure Yourself Naturally Hydrogen Peroxide Oxidation Alternative Therapy Alternative Treatments
18 Aug 2009
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GO TO *******www.berkelbike****** For Free Testride and Free Consultancy The Best Handcycles for Rehabillitation, Treatment, Therapy and Exercise. Handcycle for cycling despite Spinal Cord Injury, Multiple Sclerosis, MS, Cerebral Palsy, CP, Polio and Stroke.
16 Oct 2009
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On Saturday, October 3rd the ALS (Amyotropic Lateral Sclerosis or Lou Gehrig’s Disease) Association held its annual Walk to Defeat ALS on Belle Isle and more than 500 people showed up to raise awareness for the disease. Bill Emerson, CEO for Quicken Loans challenged Quicken and its family of companies to raise over $75,000 to defeat ALS. Through individual team member contributions, internal auctions for unique prizes, creative team competitions such as raffles, themed lunches, the launch of a one-day online national Tweet-for-ALS campaign on the social media site Twitter and even valet parking for a day, the goal was surpassed and more than $120,000 was raised.
18 Nov 2009
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20 Nov 2009
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27 Nov 2009
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Go To *******www.berkelbike****** for a Free Testride and Free Consultancy!! The Ultimate Stationary Handcycle and Recumbent Bike for Rehabilitation, Treatment, Therapy and Exercise. Visit *******www.berkelbike****** for the Best Information about Cycling despite a Spinal Cord Injury, Mulitple Sclerosis, MS, Cerebral Palsy, CP, Stroke, Polio and Spina Bifida. The BerkelBike is an outstanding FES Bike Visit: *******www.berkelbike******
1 Dec 2009
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*******www.doctordavidclark**** Autoimmune diseases are epidemic. Rheumatoid Arthritis, Multiple Sclerosis, Lupus, SLE, Scleroderma, Sjogren's... The drugs used to treat these problems in kids have some SERIOUS side effects. Dr. David Clark THE PLACE FOR ANSWERS™ Functional Neurologist Functional Endocrinologist Board Certified Chiropractic Neurologist Vestibular Rehab Specialist 214-341-3737 ------------------------ Blog: *******drclark.typepad**** ------------------------- Twitter: *******www.twitter****/DrDavidClark ---------------------- Facebook: *******budurl****/DrClarkonFacebook
8 Dec 2009
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