KEY TAKEAWAYS: Roughly 50% of people living with MS have some form of cognitive challenges. Cognitive challenges can include trouble concentrating or following through on complex tasks, along with difficulty remembering events or finding the right words to use. Early intervention in partnership with your healthcare team can help maintain brain health, including slowing lesion growth.Read More
Electrical implant stimulation and regeneration.Read More
U.S. Government Finally Admits That Cannabis Destroys Cancer Cells And Protects Healthy Cells. For nearly a century, cannabis has been demonized as a gateway drug. Granted, some of its side effects might include impairing certain cognitive skills, but there are also many positives to the plant. We are noticing this because of the recent legalization of this plant in many U.S. states. In addition, a quiet, but stunning acknowledgment has come from the National Cancer Institute (NCI) that cannabis destroys cancer cells without harming normal cells.Read More
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This might sound crazy, but if you find a random rock or pebble suddenly appears at the front boundary of your property or near the wall at end of your driveway/ garden it might have been placed there by thieves marking properties to return too at a later date. We discovered one and found the cord that goes through the cover for our patio furniture had been cut allowing whoever to inspect something to come back for. You may think i'm barmy but keep an eye out for marker stones on your property just to be sure and safe.
Part of the Astonbrook Care homes group. Used by myself for Respite, Dunniwood Lodge is a second home for me with it's warm friendly fun loving staff and facilities perfect for me when needed, i would recommend this home to anyone looking for respite, or indeed full time residency for a loved one or for themselves. The Manageress Joanne, a true professional in every way, has over the past 2 to 3 years tirelessly developed and improved the Home to it's now high standard.Read More
Behavioural Therapy (CBT) tool specifically designed for people with MS. It aims to help people cope with the uncertainty and complex range of emotions that accompany an MS diagnosis.Read More
New path to myelin repair researchers at the MS Society Edinburgh Centre for MS Research have uncovered a switch in the brain and spinal cord that can promote myelin repair. Dr Veronique Miron explains how this discovery could lead to new MS treatments.Read More