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Your independent source of news and information on research in multiple sclerosis and related diseases.
 
There has been some controversy as to whether inflammation and neurodegeneration in MS may be two independent disease processes and, therefore, whether MS-related neurodegeneration may occur in the absence of inflammation, particularly in patients with progressive disease. A recent study analyzed the interdependence between inflammation, neurodegeneration, and disease progression in the various stages of MS, focusing especially on progressive disease. Join John DeLuca, PhD, as he discusses t ...
 
Welcome to On the Frontlines of Multiple Sclerosis, a ReachMD series with the latest education and information on diagnostic and prognostic advancements and treatment options for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
 
This audio podcast reports on some of the most important new MS research presented at the ECTRIMS annual meeting, held October 13-16, 2010, in Gothenburg, Sweden. Listen as James D. Bowen, MD, talks about new findings that enhance understanding of MS pathophysiology, testing, neuroregeneration, and cognition. Fred D. Lublin, MD, reviews presentations on emerging and current MS therapies.
 
Welcome to On the Frontlines of Multiple Sclerosis, a ReachMD series with the latest education and information on diagnostic and prognostic advancements and treatment options for patients with Multiple Sclerosis.
 
Although a variety of factors have been identified that predict the quality of life in patients with MS, these predictors have not been examined simultaneously to determine their relative importance. Two experts in the field, Dr. Timothy Vollmer and Dr. Ralph Benedict, discuss recent research identifying the primary predictors of physical and mental health QOL in patients with MS, as well as the most significant factors in predicting employability/vocational status-findings that have importa ...
 
Just being your average 42 year old African American male suffering from this dreaded disease called multiple sclerosis
 
A podcast providing information, inspiration and motivation for living your best life with Multiple Sclerosis. Join us for interviews with doctors, research scientists, patients, legislators, insurers, neuropsychologists, authors, caregivers, and a long list of others in our pursuit of answers. Learn to speak to this disease as it deserves – tell it “FUMS” everyday!
 
The ever-evolving landscape of management strategies and therapeutics for the treatment of multiple sclerosis (MS) requires that clinicians stay abreast of not only novel therapies but also advances that could change the face of patient care. Using biomarkers in managing MS can aid clinicians in selecting therapies and accurately predicting the disease course
 
Multiple sclerosis is a disease where patients and their caregivers must face difficult, life-altering news regarding disease progression, increased functional disability, and diminished quality of life. Providing an explanation for the diagnosis of MS requires that physicians and the multidisciplinary team improve the "scientific and human quality of the information given to their patients" and that physicians are adept at articulate and empathetic counseling techniques. In this neuroscienc ...
 
Listen as James D. Bowen, MD, and Augusto A. Miravalle, MD, review some of the most significant MS research presented at the 63rd AAN annual meeting, held April 9-16, 2011, in Honolulu, Hawaii. Dr. Bowen provides updates in the areas of pathology, immunology, genetics, testing, imaging, and cognitive dysfunction. Dr. Miravalle summarizes the latest data on current and emerging therapies.
 
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JNNP podcast
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JNNP's ambition is to publish the most ground-breaking and cutting-edge research from around the world. Encompassing the entire genre of neurological sciences, our focus is on the common disorders (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, subarachnoid haemorrhage and neuropsychiatry), but with a keen interest in the Gordian knots that present themselves in the field, such as ALS.
 
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Pure Grace Talk Radio
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Extremely Simple Solutions you can use. We bring you complete, unbiased physical, mental and spiritual information from various celebrity experts. And you will find out exactly what they do in their own personal lives to thrive
 
Blog & Podcast for people with a chronic health condition
 
Podcasts dealing with music, movies, stories, and holidays.
 
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MS Trust
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Welcome to the inaugural MS Trust Poodcast, all about – you guessed it – toilet troubles! Bowel and bladder problems are common in MS, but yet many people feel too embarrassed to talk about what they’re experiencing. In this podcast we want to banish those toilet taboos once and for all. Listeners will get an insight into the science behind why bowel and bladder problems occur in multiple sclerosis, personal insights from people living with MS, and a Q&A with MS specialist nurse Noreen Barke ...
 
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Up Your Volume
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This mom daughter duo are getting conscious about art and living like only two Philly Italian woman can by raising the roof on life!
 
Kessler Foundation - Changing the lives of people with disabilities through research in stroke, brain injury, multiple sclerosis, spinal cord injury and by funding innovative programs that promote employment for people with disabilities. Podcasts are from various consumer and professional lectures presented by our researchers and guest lecturers.
 
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JNNP podcast
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JNNP's ambition is to publish the most ground-breaking and cutting-edge research from around the world. Encompassing the entire genre of neurological sciences, our focus is on the common disorders (stroke, multiple sclerosis, Parkinson's disease, epilepsy, peripheral neuropathy, subarachnoid haemorrhage and neuropsychiatry), but with a keen interest in the Gordian knots that present themselves in the field, such as ALS.
 
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Myelin & Melanin
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We’re two dynamic women with Multiple Sclerosis, sharing our musings on life, health, magic and everything in between — taking it day by day, and living our best lives.
 
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RealTalk MS
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Jon Strum cuts through all the jargon and breaks down the latest multiple sclerosis news. You’ll meet the scientists who are creating tomorrow’s MS treatments today. You’ll hear from the experts discussing how the latest tweaks and changes to our healthcare laws will impact your MS treatment. And we’ll be talking to the courageous MS warriors who are out there advocating on behalf of the MS community every day, as well as the men and women who are committed to living their best lives with MS ...
 
Living with multiple sclerosis sucks. But it doesn’t have to keep you down. Though I’m neither doctor or researcher, I've lived with MS since 1998 and man, it’s one helluva roller coaster. Join me as I talk with others about managing MS—tips to power through the most difficult times, why you gotta keep laughing to stay sane, or just sharing our day-to-day experiences. Raw, honest and no-holds barred, you’ll come away with down-to-earth ideas to keep you going. Thanks for listening.
 
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SCG CoachTalk
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Listen to SCG Coach, Juanita Street, talk and coach on: healthy living, managing chronic diseases and autoimmune disorders using lifestyle therapies (clean eating, yoga therapy, exercise, proper supplementation, and stress management), living with PTSD and multiple sclerosis, and never giving up on living the best life.
 
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MS Will Lose
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The host, Justice, has multiple sclerosis (MS) and created this podcast to uplift, inspire and motivate people with MS to keep moving and keep fighting no matter what obstacles they're facing #MSWillLose
 
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Penelope Smith
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I am a author and artist living with Multiple Sclerosis, MS for short. I am currently in a clinical trial for fingolimod, which is a pill. I like helping people and making people laugh.
 
Brooke is a college nutrition instructor, learning from "the school of hard knocks" as she uses food to heal her aggressive multiple sclerosis and other chronic health problems.
 
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Energizing You
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Chris Vasiliadis is a Certified Wellness Coach who happens to be living well with Multiple Sclerosis. She loves to work with stressed out and depleted executives, entrepreneurs and employees who are ready to increase their energy and decrease their stress, so they can perform better and be more relaxed at work, the roles they play and the things they love.Join Chris and her guests on "Energizing You" as they discuss a variety of topics and situations that impact your energy, productivity and ...
 
OPTIMAL HEALTH SEEKERS’ RADIO, airing Sundays at 4pm Eastern, is a show that educates inspires and empowers people seeking to find their own personal level of optimal health. Host Trish Robichaud brings a voice of compassion, logic and humour to those who are motivated to take an active, even proactive role in managing their health. A multiple award winning Disability Awareness Coach, Maximum Life & Business Coach, Author, Facilitator, Advocate & Motivational Speaker, Robichaud lives with mu ...
 
The video science podcasts from Bayer turn the spotlight on research and knowledge. Our approximately 5-minute reports outline how Bayer is conducting research into new therapeutic options to treat cancer and multiple sclerosis, what’s special about carbon nanotubes and the contribution that Bayer makes to safeguarding harvests. High-quality 3D animations help to make these topics more easily understood.
 
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This week I'm talking to Chanel White, Director of Client Relations at WikiLeaf. Chanel focuses on generating positive communication and company preference through proficient, knowledgeable interactions. She is also a seasoned content developer with mediums ranging from non-profits organizations, to popular news outlets such as The Huffington P ...…
 
Anchor lead: Activated immune cells throughout the body are important in multiple sclerosis, Elizabeth Tracey reportsWhat exactly goes awry in the immune system that results in multiple sclerosis? Recent research by Michael Kornberg, a research fellow and neurologist at Johns Hopkins, and colleagues, demonstrates that immune cells utilize a pat ...…
 
Anchor lead: Could keeping the immune system under control be as simple as managing your diet? Elizabeth Tracey reportsImmune cells involved in multiple sclerosis rely on sugar to activate them, recent research by Michael Kornberg, a research fellow and neurologist at Johns Hopkins, and colleagues, has shown. The common MS drug dimethylfumarate ...…
 
Anchor lead: Finding out how a specific drug for multiple sclerosis works may help in the development of more effective therapies, Elizabeth Tracey reportsDid you know that your immune system function and your diet may be linked? That’s one finding of a recent study by Michael Kornberg, a research fellow and neurologist at Johns Hopkins, and co ...…
 
IN THIS EPISODE YOU WILL HEAR ABOUT: How a diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis (MS) at age 19 impacted Crystal Phillips in her quest for an Olympic gold medal in speed-skating. Why Crystal feels that it was to her advantage to be diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis so early on in life. How Crystal started to incorporate nutrition and natural medicine ...…
 
Tune in to this week's episode of Max Health Radio as Dr. Matt Frahm reveals protocols to improve multiple sclerosis naturally.
 
Key terms in this episode:Reduce risk of:-Alzheimer's Disease-Diabetes-Multiple Sclerosis-Kidney Disease, and -Stroke.Yeah... You should get something to take notes.Send me your questions: @CoachBeMoore on IG and twitter-Coach Be Moorehttps://EatingForAbs.com#EatingForAbs #CoachBeDaily #Wellness #fats…
 
Liam Egalton was an avid marathon runner. Fit and just starting a new relationship, Liam was excited for what the future had in store for him. But that all changed, when four years ago, he started experiencing what doctor’s described as “depression”. Over time, Liam’s sight was gone, followed by his ability to walk comfortably. What was conside ...…
 
In this episode, we have Lise, founder of Walk With Path. Lise was inspired to start the company after she witnessed the challenges her father faced with Parkinson’s disease. The company is focused on increasing mobility and preventing injuries. Lise shares with us how she generates ideas, why users and problems are at the heart of her design p ...…
 
In 2004, the average wholesale price of available MS disease-modifying therapies was $16,000. In 2013, the average price was $61,000; last year, the average price was more than $83,000. That's why my guest this week is David Mitchell, founder and president of Patients for Affordable Drugs. We're also talking about the RealTalk MS Podcast Alexa ...…
 
Episode 7: Owning Radiology with Dr. Cliff Tao, Chiropractic Radiologist In today’s episode, we talk about utilizing a checklist for each x-ray series you take. We created this form here for your convenience and we hope it really helps to make your practice easy. Download your free Radiology Report Checklist by clicking here. Use one form per x ...…
 
Catherine Seybold - poet, artist, speaker, living with multiple sclerosis and sharing her story of how art helps the lifestyle Facebook Catherine Seybold
 
This weeks EveryDay Leader is intentional about everything in her life and especially about overcoming obstacles. Juli Disbro is a wife, mother and executive assistant that has been living with Multiple Sclerosis since August 25, 2011.. Multiple Sclerosis is an incurable, debilitating disease treated predominantly with injectable, expensive bio ...…
 
He has a fancy new title and a hat to match.On the Ledge Host Adam Hunter talks to the new speaker of the Legislative Assembly Mark Docherty.He speaks about his path to the gig, his journey battling multiple sclerosis and whether he'd loosen the dress code for press gallery members.
 
Episode 6 Featuring: Maximum Sexually Transmitted Sclerosis, Mason Gilbert by Jordan Underwood
 
At three weeks old, Luke was diagnosed with tuberous sclerosis, a rare disease that causes benign tumors to grow on the brain and other vital organs. As a result of his disease, he experienced frequent seizures that affected his development and safety. Luke was referred to Texas Children’s Neuroscience Center for laser ablation surgery. Pioneer ...…
 
In this episode, my mother in law, Martha Phillips, shares her struggle and triumph through living with MS or multiple sclerosis! She has had highs and lows and has changed her dieting and lifestyle approach, her fitness, incorporated ketogenic lifestyle into her health and wellness plan and done fundraising to send her to Panama City, Panama t ...…
 
Guest: Robert A. Baldor, MD Guest: Chadwick R. Johr, MD This innovative, 45-minute, case-based CME activity features two prominent faculty covering important, timely issues and data related to the detection of autoimmune (AI) disorders. Using case studies, the faculty will explore diagnosis and management strategies to maximize patient care. In ...…
 
Richard M. Cohen, a New York Times bestselling author, lived with multiple sclerosis for more than four decades before he found a flicker of hope in a relatively new treatment: stem cell therapy. In this segment, he discusses his upcoming book, Chasing Hope: A Patient’s Deep Dive into Stem Cells, Faith, and the Future. It’s a revealing, often h ...…
 
1. Featured Article: Practice guideline recommendations summary: Disease-modifying therapies for adults with multiple sclerosis 2. What’s Trending: Global, regional, and national burden of neurological disorders during 1990–2015 (from Lancet Neurology) This Neurology® Podcast begins and closes with Dr. Robert Gross, Editor-in-Chief, briefly dis ...…
 
Emergency room nurse and Vitamin B12 activist Sally Pacholok is our guest today in Episode 1378 of “The Livin’ La Vida Low-Carb Show.” Sally Pacholok is a registered nurse who suffered from Vitamin B12 deficiency. Once she got to the bottom of her own diagnosis, she decided to help others, because B12 deficiency is often not diagnosed or misdia ...…
 
Leaky gut syndrome is a proposed condition some health practitioners claim is the cause of a wide range of serious long-term conditions, including diabetes, lupus, and multiple sclerosis. In this podcast, Dr. Robert Martindale discusses the pathology of leaky gut, if it is a real condition, its mechanisms, and treatment opportunities. Proponent ...…
 
Katheryn Alexander is a local lifter and trainer. We spoke at length about Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS) and how it has effected her personally. Please click the links below to learn more about ALS and ALS fundraising. Follow Katheryn on social @alexanderkma Follow the show @readyupad and “readyup no repeat workweek” on Spotify. The play ...…
 
Dr. Valter Longo is coming to us from across the pond. He’s internationally recognized as a leader in the field of aging studies and related diseases. Today, we’re going to talk about the benefits and risks of fasting and what role it plays in our longevity. Dr. Longo’s discoveries include some of the major genetic pathways that regulate aging ...…
 
Micah Love is a native of Houston Texas where he spends his time nurturing his family and focusing on faith building. Mr. Love continues to fight the unpredictable threat of Multiple Sclerosis daily while motivating others who are also affected to push through and live their lives to the fullest. Micah's definition of MS simply means, ‘My Strug ...…
 
Poverty hurts mental heath, even after poverty ends; stem cells could transform treatments for multiple sclerosis, but our article overstates the potential benefits; secondhand marijuana smoke is harmful; and women report more orgasms in sexual encounters with other women than with men--by far. This week's health news http://www.borgenmagazine. ...…
 
Poverty hurts mental heath, even after poverty ends; stem cells could transform treatments for multiple sclerosis, but our article overstates the potential benefits; secondhand marijuana smoke is harmful; and women report more orgasms in sexual encounters with other women than with men--by far. This week's health news http://www.borgenmagazine. ...…
 
Lauren Selfridge – Show Notes Lauren is an associate marriage and family therapist. She works with couples and individuals in California using Imago Relationship Therapy. Her personal definition – “resilience is when I can take what is happening and make a beautiful story out of it.” She was a very spiritually connected being from a very early ...…
 
The recent death of Professor Stephen Hawking due to motor neuron disease, or amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS), has cast a limelight on the rare disorder. Prof Dr Nortina Shahrizaila and Dr Loh Ee Chin share more about how the Motor Neuron Disease Clinic in University Malaya Medical Centre takes a multidisciplinary approach to help patients.…
 
Episode 10: Samantha Leathers (Hayes) I met sam a few months ago and we became friends almost instantly. Sam had her world turned upside down when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis just over a year ago. She shares her story with us and how she uses wellness to create balance in her body and life. Show timeline: Introduction & Simba Yogi ...…
 
Episode 10: Samantha Leathers (Hayes) I met sam a few months ago and we became friends almost instantly. Sam had her world turned upside down when she was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis just over a year ago. She shares her story with us and how she uses wellness to create balance in her body and life. Show timeline: Introduction & Simba Yogi ...…
 
International observers have made a string of criticisms of the Russian elections that have given President Putin another six years in power. We discuss what his victory means for Russia and the rest of the world.Also in the programme: Britain and the EU have announced a "decisive step" towards an orderly Brexit deal; and a "game changer" in th ...…
 
I was diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) in 2010. I didn’t know anything about it or anyone who had it, so it was a confusing time for me. So I turned to a nonprofit organization for help: the National MS Society. Click here to read the blog: https://mrsocialentrepreneur.com/chapin-tomasines-tips-on-fundraising-for-chari ...…
 
Weekly AnnouncementsMarch 18, 2018 Hello VAPA Community! This is Dr. Trimis with a few announcements! Tuesday is a shortened day. Hola comunidad VAPA! ¡Este es el Dr. Trimis con algunos anuncios! El martes es un día acortado. March is National American Red Cross, Arts Education, Middle Level Education, Multiple Sclerosis Awareness, Music In Sch ...…
 
In our continued coverage of the 2018 Digital Marketer Traffic & Conversion Summit, this episode will focus on topics including CRM software solutions, work/life balance, and keeping man's best friend in optimal health. First up, are you struggling to manage customer relationships manually? As your business grows, in can be increasingly difficu ...…
 
Jessica Szapk, SSM Health Physician Assistant and Vanessa Wakefield are in studio to discuss MS.
 
The Accelerated Cure Project for Multiple Sclerosis is a national non-profit organization dedicated to accelerating advances toward a cure for MS. My guests on this week's podcast are Dr. Robert McBurney, the President & CEO of the Accelerated Cure Project for MS, and David Gwynne, who manages their Alliances & Collaborations. We're talking abo ...…
 
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