In a new clinical trial, evidence was provided that a new way of treating multiple sclerosis (MS) could be more effective than present therapies. In the trial, high-dose immunosuppressive therapy was performed on the patient and followed with transplanting the patient own blood-forming stem cells back into them. This resulted in the patient experiencing a sustainable remission in the disease, which causes the central nervous system to be attacked by the immune system.
The results of the trial showed that 69& of the participants had survived for the 5 year length of the study with no relapse in their symptoms. None of the patients took any other MS medicines during the study. The trial was sponsored by the National Insitute of Allergy and Infectious Diseases.
Among the symptoms that MS patients experience are chronic pain, weakness, motor and speech difficulties, and fatigue. It is common that people who suffer from the disease will have periods with no to mild symptoms and then experience flare-ups. As the disease progresses the flare-ups tend to occur more often and get more pronounced.
A doctor that has extensive experience with multiple sclerosis patients in Dr. Shiva Vasishta. Dr. Shiva Vasishta is a practicing Neurologist and is affiliated with the Kennedy Health System Cherry Hill Campus in Cherry Hill, New Jersey. He practices at Eastern Neurodiagnostic Associates. His specialties are Neurology and Psychiatry and he has worked with MS patients for over 30 years.
Dr. Shiva Vasishta graduated from Government Medical College in 1979 with a Doctor in Medicine. Dr. Shiva Vasishta served his Residency at Boston Medical Center and attained a Fellowship at Tufts Medical Center. He is also Board Certified in Neurology.
How many New Yorkers currently use activity monitors? How many are acheiving posotive results? Dr. John Jakicic representing The University Of Pittsburg’s Department of Health and Psychical Activity…, is an astutely motivated individual who aimed to define the true benefits of activity trackers, specifically, in regard to the efficiency of the technology and the psychology in which it plays on the human mind. According to a diligent amount of research, studies are suggesting that users of activity tracking technology, most commonly attached to the arm or wrist, are experiencing a lack of motivation when completing their daily goals unlike the other group of the research contributors who find themselves reaching weight loss goals without any interference from these tracking devices. The facts align almost symmetrically when viewing the data recorded. Those who wore the armbands average a loss of eight pounds after a two-year period, and those who did not use the armbands, average a loss of thirteen pounds. Dr. John Jakicici was puzzled by this finding and was eager to express himself on the subject that he dedicates everyday exploring. In the name of research, Dr. John Jakicici’s is a true virtue to the world of Health and Psychical Activity. Dr. John speculates the irregularity of the act of using these monitoring technologies may be depressing the very act of activity in general. Perhaps a man who is unhappy with his lifestyle choices in nourishment has fallen into a unmotivated state, and once he checks his activity for the day, his lack of accomplishment pushes him even further down into a more servere state, misery. Apparently, it’s easier to just give up rather than move forward when one is faced with the digital lack of results they’re not even close to positively acquiring. It’s unfortunate that this revelation in technology isn’t having a profound effect similar to the other industries of the world. However, as this information becomes available, it’s rather inspiring if you glance at it from a specific perspective. The most prominent idea here is, health and fitness remains to be an extremely significant fabric of societal wellness, one that human beings should consider only trusting themselves or a registered fitness instructor to keep track of when desiring life enhancing results.
Before you let your kids run through the water at the park or dive into the pool, it is wise to take the time to check the last inspection date for that site. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention released a report on Thursday that showed that almost eighty percent of water parks, hot tubs, and public pools are dirty enough to have received a safety violation. In fact, one out of eight treated water areas were filthy enough to be shut down immediately, with one in five kiddie pools and wading areas closing due to serious violations.
Many of these violations related to the improper concentration of disinfectant in the water as well as imbalanced pH levels and safety equipment infractions. While these issues are usually easily solved, almost one-third of health departments do not regulate, inspect, or license different water sites. This means that your local spray park or pool may be crawling in dangerous microbes.
The CDC has released reports in mid-May for the last few years to inform the public about the dangers of treated water. They suggest that the best way to stay safe and cool during the summer is to bring water test strips with your bathing suit, towel, and sunscreen. Strips are available at multiple locations such as pool or houseware stores and usually cost under $15 for a pack of one hundred.
Before trying the revolutionary new diet system, NutriMost, Al and Linda Sparaco were both overweight, facing several health issues, and Linda was on various medications for blood pressure, acid reflux, and cholesterol. Linda discovered a television ad for NutriMost and decided herself and Al needed to try it.
What the NutriMost system does is provide a full body scan to visualize what a person is lacking in essential nutrients, and provides information on www.facebook.com/NutriMostUSA/ how to maximize those nutrients to chemically trigger the body’s metabolism into producing at maximum efficiency.
Essentially using the guidelines individualized to each patient, the NutriMost system returns the body’s environment to a perfect state on Twitter, which then triggers almost effortless weight loss.
The NutriMost doctor will monitor a patient’s weight loss throughout the entire process on nutrimost.com and will teach that patient how to keep the weight off for the rest of one’s life.
The NutriMost process can be repeated after each weight loss cycle and resting point for greater weight loss as needed. Patients do not require special foods or exercise routines to be successful.
Linda and Al have been through several rounds of the NutriMost system and are happy to report a combined weight loss of over 150 pounds. Al was diagnosed pre-diabetic before he started NutriMost and is now healthy with no pre-diabetic symptoms. Linda has been taken off all her previous medicines for blood pressure, cholesterol, and acid reflux and is completely healthy.
Every day, more people step forward to give testimony to the positive change NutriMost has made in their lives and the lives of their family members. This is a weight loss system truly deserving of a second look.