Between 40 and 65% of people with MS experience some level of cognitive impairment, which includes changes in memory, planning and attention ability, and other mental tasks. This article reviews features of cognitive impairment in MS and the neuropsychological tests that are used to assess cognitive ability.Read More
Eye movement disorders are common in MS, and these disorders may impair vision. Understanding the nature of eye movement disorders may help your doctor determine a diagnosis and prognosis of MS. This article reviews eye movement disorders in multiple sclerosis.Read More
For at least the last century, doctors and researchers have seen a correlation between diet and the management of neurologic conditions, and while no single ingredient can magically cure neurologic diseases, several well-studied diet plans have been associated with a positive effect on the brain.Read More
MS can have impacts not only on the person with the disease, but also on the family and care partners.Read More
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