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FDA Approved Autoinjector for Multiple Sclerosis Patients

autoinjector for multiple sclerosis

For multiple sclerosis patients who use Betaseron, the interferon beta-1b prescription drug designed to reduce relapses in individuals with relapsing-remitting MS, a new delivery system will be available soon in the United States. The Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved Bayer’s BetaConnect, the first electronic autoinjector for treating RRMS.

Fibromyalgia relief from surprising sources: Using physical therapy

Fibromyalgia is characterized by chronic pain that is difficult to treat and manage. Exercise and any type of movement can be painful and difficult with this medical condition. However, physical therapy can provide relief and help manage fibromyalgia. Dr. Daniel Skulavik, who is a physical therapist, recently shared how patients can benefit from trying a different type of treatment.

Olympic star shares celiac disease diagnosis and gluten-free diet secrets

It is estimated that 0.5 to 1 percent of the global population has celiac disease. However, diagnosis can take years, and symptoms may not appear immediately. Eve Muirhead recently shared her experience with celiac disease and the gluten-free diet. The Olympic star has a bronze medal in curling, but she believes the disease has affected her athletic abilities over the years.

Patient misdiagnoses likely to get worse without changes

IOM report highlights need for improving health care diagnostic mistakes

Most consumers of health care have at least one story to tell about how they have experienced an illness and were misdiagnosed. A new report highlights the urgency of finding ways to curb the incidence of diagnostic mistakes that researchers say will get worse unless changes are made urgently to reduce errors.

Fibromyalgia pain relief possible with new muscle relaxation device

A new medical device is giving fibromyalgia patients hope that they can fight chronic pain without drugs. AVACEN Medical shared the AVACEN 100 muscle relaxation device at the recent PAINWeek conference in Las Vegas. The device is an over-the-counter product that provides a noninvasive treatment option for pain.

Celiac disease concerns about gluten absorption through skin

One of the common concerns among patients diagnosed with celiac disease is cross contamination with gluten. It is not enough to eliminate gluten from your diet because your lifestyle choices also have to change. Gluten can lurk in a variety of products including skin care items. Dr. Michael F. Picco recently addressed concerns about gluten absorption through the skin.

Gut Bacteria Role in Multiple Sclerosis Treatment?

gut bacteria in multiple sclerosis treatment

New research suggests that an imbalance in gut bacteria may play a role not only in the development of multiple sclerosis, but in prevention and treatment of the disease as well. The study was conducted by a team of experts from various institutions in Japan, where the number of people being diagnosed with MS has been growing.

Yoga Rocks Osteoarthritis and Rheumatoid Arthritis Symptoms

yoga rocks osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis symptoms

Symptoms of osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis can put a real damper on quality of life for the more than 50 million people in the United States who live with these diseases. Yoga could be an answer to symptom relief for both body and mind, according to a study from Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine (JHUSM).

Attention moms: When to consider liposuction

As a busy mom, it may seem like you do not have time to worry about your appearance. However, sometimes this changes when the kids are in bed, the laundry is done, and the bills are paid. If you are standing in front of the mirror in your room and notice the extra pounds, then they can be difficult to ignore. Nevertheless, despite your busy schedule, you still have a choice when it comes to losing weight and getting back in shape.

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