Vitamin D Levels and Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple Sclerosis is an auto-immune deficient disease with no known cure to date. Multiple Sclerosis is damage done to the fatty sheath, myelin, which insulates the nerve fibers in the brain. Multiple Sclerosis symptoms or flare-ups, as often referred to,...

Osteoporosis In Multiple Sclerosis Summary

I read the article “Osteoporosis in multiple sclerosis” by Andrew P Hearn and Eli Silber. It is an understanding of osteoporosis and the connection it might have with multiple sclerosis (MS) compared to patients that do not have multiple sclerosis....

Legalization of Marijuana

How many people here have smoked cannabis, commonly known as marijuana? Most people probably wouldn’t say if they have because it is a criminal activity. But why is smoking marijuana frowned upon in our society? If you think about it,...

Multiple Sclerosis and Living Life

As a person with the disease! Knowing the effects firsthand, Multiple Sclerosis is an autoimmune disease. With MS, the body’s white blood cells attack tissues called myelin. Changes to your diet and lifestyle can help slow down the effects of...

Nancy Mairs

Feminist author Nancy Mairs, who has multiple sclerosis, defines her terms for interacting with the world in her essay Disability. She will name herself—a cripple—and not be named by others.She will choose a word that represents her reality. Nancy Mairs...

The immune system

Definition of the Immune SystemThe human immune system is a network of tissues, glands, and organs that work together to protect the body from foreign antigens like viruses, bacteria, and other microorganisms that cause infections. For the immune system to...

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