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People who down several cups of coffee every day may have a decreased risk of developing multiple sclerosis, a new study suggests. Sign Up for the Black Doctor Newsletter! The study, of 5,600 Swedish and U.S. adults, found that read more about Could Coffee Lower Risk Of Multiple Sclerosis?
When people think of a face associated with MS, often times it is associated with a Caucasian person. Although the majority of MS cases being reported are in that population, there are many other faces of MS, including those of read more about Multiple Sclerosis: What It Is & What It Is Not
For many, Multiple Sclerosis (MS) seems to strike without warning. *This is a true story, only the name was changed to protect the privacy of the MS patient. * On February 16, 2015, Jamal was a 37-year-old black man who read more about Multiple Sclerosis: A Personal Journey
MS does not have a cure and a common question that people come and ask me when they, especially when they come for that first visit when they're diagnosed is, "if there's not a cure for it, what is read more about Multiple Sclerosis: Are We Close To A Cure?
Blacks continue to be underrepresented in clinical studies for multiple sclerosis (MS). It’s a discouraging fact but there may be even more to discover when it comes to the central nervous system disease. According to a recent study, a new read more about Doctors Discover New Type of Multiple Sclerosis
The best way to find a neurologist is certainly a recommendation from a person's primary care physician. So oftentimes your primary care physician will have a good relationship with people in the area and know a good neurologist to refer read more about Dr. Mitzi Joi Williams’ Steps To Finding The Perfect Neurologist (Video)