Lifting Weights Fights MS Too

A conventional weight-traning program can lead to an improved quality of life for multiple sclerosis (MS) patients, according to a new study. After eight weeks of supervised resistance training on common gym equipment, eight MS patients had stronger muscles, could walk better and reported less overall fatigue and disability. Because MS causes muscle weakness and fatigue that contributes to a declining cycle of fitness, loss of mobility and decreased quality of life, researchers...

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