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    A link between fat molecules called ceramides and worsening disease in overweight and obese people with multiple sclerosis (MS) appears to exist, a study reports, with its findings suggesting that ceramides prompt the growth of immune cells called monocytes, which in turn spurs disease progression.

    These results also strengthen the likelihood that lifestyle factors, like diet and weight, can act as disease modifiers, its researchers said. Learn more here.

    Have you made changes to your diet and/or physical activity since being diagnosed with MS? If so, how have those changes impacted you?

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