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Breastfeeding may not stop MS flare-ups: study
Reuters
By Amy Norton NEW YORK (Reuters Health) – Some studies have suggested that breastfeeding might offer women with multiple sclerosis a way to prevent symptom flare-ups after childbirth. But new findings refute that idea, researchers reported Wednesday.
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Scripps Florida – New treatment halts multiple sclerosis in mice
TCPalm
The Multiple Sclerosis Foundation estimates that 400000 Americans have MS, which prevents nerve cells in the brain and spine from communicating. It is most commonly diagnosed in women between the ages of 20 and 40. The new treatment is so promising
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