While research is still underway to prove a link between multiple sclerosis and the use of glutathione supplements to help reduce the effects of symptoms, there are no side effects involved in changing diet and exercise to include more of it.
You'll have heard that the flu can go from a nuisance to dead serious by causing complications, but what exactly can happen as the result of the flu? Let's take a look at the life-threateningly serious conditions that can arise from influenza.
Osteoarthritis is one of the most common forms of arthritis, which refers to inflammation of joint. There are two types of osteoarthritis, primary and secondary osteoarthritis. This article outlines the differences between these two diseases.
Single moms — and others — sometimes wonder how women can teach their teen sons to shave their facial hair when that time rolls around. It may be a bit awkward, but it's really not that hard. Here are some tips.
While not everyone is on board with the use of cannabis to treat anything, including multiple sclerosis, its medical use has been legalized in 30 of the 50 states as well as Washington, DC, making it much easier for patients to obtain the substance.
The intersection of parenting and swearing can probably best be described as "controversial", with most people holding strong opinions. Do you allow your children to swear?
Patients with inflammatory bowel disease have a higher risk of developing a type of arthritis known as enteropathic arthritis. This article outlines the causative and symptomatic link between the two diseases.
A number of rehabilitation practices are available for multiple sclerosis patients, including physical therapy to help restore mobility and retain what bodily functions remain.
Hormone replacement therapy can't do a lot against depression, which is a common consequence of having an underactive thyroid, but luckily there are things you can do to feel better without antidepressants.
It’s important for patients to manage their expectations when it comes to massage therapy for multiple sclerosis. It’s not going to change the course of the disease but it can help with relief.