The analysis included sufferers from the three most common forms of MS: 253 had relapsing-remitting MS – – acute attacks with full or partial recovery; nine had primary-progressive MS – – constant worsening from onset; and 90 experienced secondary-progressive MS, seen as a occasional attacks and sustained progression. Another 16 individuals had experienced their initial MS onset. Sufferers ranged in age group from 35-55 years, and have been living with MS for typically 13 years. The Extended Disability Status Level , an average number produced from measures of various functions of the central anxious system based on scales which range from 0 to 10, was 3.1.The Kaiser Daily Wellness Policy Report is published for Kaisernetwork.org, a free assistance of The Henry J. Kaiser Family Foundation. Copyright 2006 Advisory Board Organization and Kaiser Family Foundation. All rights reserved.
Case reports highlight importance of vitamin and mineral supplementation after bariatric surgery Non-compliance with mineral and vitamin supplementation protocols after bariatric procedure could lead to nutritional deficiencies and related health complications, such as heart damage, according to two separate case reports unveiled today at the American College of Gastroenterology's 77th Annual Scientific meeting in NEVADA.