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Sreeram Ramagopalan, PhD

Universidade Federal do Rio Grande do Sul


3 New Findings on Epilepsy

April 01, 2015

ADHD lowers the quality of life in adults with epilepsy; epilepsy is associated with social deprivation and increased risk of venous thromboembolism: details of these recent findings in this slide show.

Acupuncture and MS: The Literature Is Lacking

October 13, 2014

Studies suggest that acupuncture can improve MS-related symptoms, but poor design makes it difficult to draw robust conclusions.

Age at Onset Predicts Disease Progression in MS

October 13, 2014

This, the least common MS disease course, carries the worst prognosis. Treatments are urgently needed to prevent or delay the rapid disease progression.

Childhood Obesity Increases the Risk of Multiple Sclerosis

September 30, 2014

Childhood obesity is another potentially modifiable factor to reduce the risk of multiple sclerosis.

Multiple Sclerosis Hospitalizations On the Decline

September 11, 2014

Hospitalization rates have declined dramatically in the MS population but remain higher than in the general population. That may be because of the availability of MS disease-modifying treatments.

Multiple Sclerosis Causes Excessive Deaths, Study Says

September 11, 2014

Information on causes of death for patients with MS is limited, but these researchers came up with some of the underlying causes.

Stay Alert to Sleep Problems in Multiple Sclerosis

September 09, 2014

A significant percentage of patients with MS in the sample screened positive for 1 or more sleep disorders. Most were undiagnosed.

Suicidal Ideation With Multiple Sclerosis: Predictors Are ID’d

September 09, 2014

This study identified that suicidal thoughts are common and several potentially modifiable factors may be useful for prevention.

Disability Harms Mental Health in Multiple Sclerosis

September 09, 2014

This study found a positive relationship between physical disability and anxiety and depression, pointing to a need for routine evaluation.