Mothers with MS had more babies born with physical disabilities, but the difference was not statistically significant and further research is needed. Credit: Getty Images If you have multiple sclerosis, don't worry about having a baby....Researchers find few dangers for new mothers with MS.
Men are more than twice as likely as women to pass on the gene for multiple sclerosis, according to a new study. Researchers say that fathers with MS tend to have more children who develop MS than do mothers with the disease. MS affects 1 in 1000 pe...
Maddie is a seven-year-old who's father was diagnosed with Multiple Sclerosis when she was a year old. Maddie's friend's and family have been raising money to support MS research since through the MS Walk since her father's diagnosis. She's been walk...
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