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Tuesday, April 26, 2016

BRAIN HEALTH report

                                                                  

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As you know, brain health is a hot topic at AAN this year. We know building and maintaining brain health is a high priority for everyone, but it’s even more critical for people with MS. 

According to neurologist Dr. Timothy Vollmer from the University of Colorado and contributing author of Time Matters: Brain Health report, diagnosing MS in its early stages and treating the underlying disease may help support long-term brain health. 

Patients can take action too. MS patient Keith Terry, who's lived with MS for 13 years, exercises, eats healthy and keeps his mind active, all to maintain a ‘brain-healthy’ lifestyle. 

You can read more from their perspectives here: http://www.gene.com/stories/exploring-brain-health






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