Multiple Sclerosis and Fatigue – Why Are You So Tired?

Fatigue as defined by Webster’s medical dictionary is as follows: weariness or exhaustion from labor, exertion, or stress, and the temporary loss of power to respond induced in a sensory receptor or motor end organ by continued stimulation. Essentially, fatigue is the lack/loss of energy needed to maintain normal function …

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Nurse Elaine DeLack Developed a Treatment for Multiple Sclerosis – Now Working on a Cause

Elaine DeLack  is a board-certified Registered Nurse whose work focuses on research and treatment options in Multiple Sclerosis, depression, autism and Alzheimer’s. Her scientific publications have appeared in the journals, Multiple Sclerosis Clinical and Laboratory Research, and Alternative Medicine Review. Formerly she worked in the care of the elderly and …

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Elaine DeLack Developed ProKarin to Help with MS

Elaine DeLack is a board-certified Registered Nurse .  Ms. DeLack’s passion for research was spurred by her need to find something to help herself, in that she was diagnosed with MS when she was 30 years of age (1988). You can order her book here. Elaine’s work focuses on  research and …

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