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Childhood stress not linked to an increased risk of MS - drugdiscovery.com
Childhood stress not linked to an increased risk of MS - drugdiscovery.com


A large Danish cohort study compared the risk of multiple sclerosis in children who experienced stressful life events and children who did not. The findings show no significant difference in risk between the groups.
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Tags: stress, stressful event, childhood, risk, MS, multiple sclerosis - October 6, 2013
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