Can vitamin D treat MS fatigue?
28 October 2014
Can exercise improve mood in people with MS?
21 October 2014
This research article looks at the effect of exercise on mood in people with MS.
MS Trust survey highlights the impact of lack of information when people are diagnosed with MS
20 October 2014
Earlier this year the MS Trust carried out new research into the effects of information on people’s experience of MS diagnosis. We surveyed 500 people living with MS and asked them whether they had been given information when they were diagnosed, and how this had affected...
Are relapses more likely to happen at certain times of the year?
13 October 2014
A study looking at the strength of hand grip in people with MS
6 October 2014
Does smoking make MS cognitive symptoms worse?
29 September 2014
Finding heavy smoking appears to be related to memory and other cognitive difficulties in people with MS.
Could a wearable assessment device improve walking in MS?
23 September 2014
Exercise rehabilitation programmes for people with MS: is it possible to predict who will benefit?
15 September 2014
How common are sleep problems in MS?
8 September 2014
Can too much dietary salt make MS worse?
1 September 2014
Is Tai Chi beneficial for people with MS?
26 August 2014
Tai Chi was found to significantly improve balance, coordination and depression in people with MS. Read more in this research update.
Could HIV drugs be a new treatment for MS?
11 August 2014
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