We tend to think of bacteria as bad news, but some types found in our stomaches can bring great health benefits, such as those that feed on dark chocolate to produce anti-inflammatory compounds. Now, scientists have discovered a gut microbe that could be used to treat diseases outside the stomach, presenting new territory for these belly-dwelling bacteria.
.. Continue Reading Newly discovered gut microbe could treat diseases beyond the stomach, such as MS
- First blood biomarker for multiple sclerosis discovered
- Rebooting the immune system fights off early MS
- FDA approves first drug to fight severe forms of MS
- Reprogramming the immune system to reverse paralysis
- MS-afflicted volleyball player designs award-winning Sports Walker
- Existing skin medications may reverse effects of multiple sclerosis