Newborn Stress Could Trigger Multiple Sclerosis Later in Life

Newborns who face stressors like maternal separation may be more susceptible to a compromised immune system. This could lead to infections in their adult lives and possible development of multiple sclerosis. In an experiment using mice researchers found that extended maternal seperation, particularly during the first two weeks of life, changed the immune, endocrine and behavioral responses to acute "Theiler's virus." This virus works by attacking the nervous system and is...

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