You’ve probably heard of multiple sclerosis (MS), a chronic disease that damages the brain, spinal cord and nerves of the eyes. You or someone you know might even have MS, as it affects over 2 million people worldwide. But not everything you’ve read or been told about the disease may be correct.
When a doctor prescribes you a medicine, how does she know it could be helpful? Your doctor relies on experience, medical knowledge and training, but also on information and conclusions drawn from clinical trials.
Fifty million Americans face the challenge of caring for a loved one while working. Although caregiving can be one of life’s highly rewarding experiences, the role comes with enormous responsibilities and pressures.
Do you have a pair of high heels or uncomfortable shoes that hurt your feet every time you wear them? You probably kick them off as soon as you get the chance, right? You might not if you have diabetes and suffer from peripheral neuropathy.