Regular moderate exercise is something that works out for everyone.
Exercise is not only good for body, mind and spirit, it reduces the possibility of coronary disease, lowers blood pressure, raises the good HDL cholesterol, helps to control weight, and cuts the risk of diabetes. Many people regularly turn to exercise to reduce stress.
But what does this mean for people who live with multiple sclerosis (MS)?
It turns out they have extra incentives to do everything possible to st...
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