Fight MS symptoms with a nutrition-packed diet, and you'll be able to enjoy more day-to-day activities. If you rely on home care for help with your MS symptoms, there are ways to lead a more independent life. With MS, you may experience bone loss, fatigue and weight gain, but a healthy diet could decrease these symptoms. Read below to find out what you can add to your diet to feel better and stay active.Read More
Multiple sclerosis (MS) affects millions of people across the globe, and a group of researchers believe they have made a significant breakthrough in finding a treatment for the disease. Scientists from the Gladstone Institutes have discovered a potential neurological trigger for MS, an encouraging step in the fight against the condition.
You may think that in order to receive home care, you or your loved one need to be bed-ridden or require round-the-clock assistance. However, many people are able to take care of themselves and only need intermittent help. If you or a family member has Multiple Sclerosis (MS), this may be the case for you.