From an article in Chemical Research in Toxicology , Diacetyl (DA) aggravates beta-amyloid plaques in Alzheimer’s. Problem is besides pop corn butter flavoring, DA is present in many food. Is that News? Yes and no. We published a post  in Dec 2010 discussing another study that shows DA could …Read the Rest
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MND BRIEF: Study Shows Multiple Sclerosis Burns Up Vitamin D, But Do Vitamin D supplements fight MS?
A study shows that Multiple Sclerosis (MS) treatment by Interferon-Beta improves the ability of the MS patient to produce vitamin D by exposure of their skin to the sun The research was done at the Australian facility Menzies Research Institute Tasmania Quoting the article : “…In this study, we found …Read the Rest
A new study by the University of British Columbia casts doubt on the benefits of the Interferon treatment against Relapsing-Remitting Multiple Sclerosis Here is the YouTube video from the press release The video tries to mitigate the setback with warm fuzzy statements about future research, but the tone of the …Read the Rest
In addition to not being able to move limb, in severe quadraplegia, motor-disabled patients can become unable to communicate verbally too, since voice is the result of neuromotorial ability. Those disabled individuals are often fully conscious and awake, making their situation prison like. An amazing development of fMRI technology has crossed …Read the Rest
Trigeminal Neuralgia (TN) is a very painful condition. The nerve, which is three pronged as the name implies, serves the human face, and brings sensory data. The nerve damage can originate from compression that can originate from multiple causes, and can also cause demyelination with progressive neuro-degeneration (axonal). The term demyelination bring …Read the Rest
Isn’t that good news? This is a result of the new phase three results of the three-year REFLEXION clinical trial trial for Interferon beta-1a: This is to prevent , or slow down the progression to full blown unequivocal Multiple Sclerosis diagnostic. The patients involved , as reported by “mscare” , followed …Read the Rest