Obesity in girls tied to higher multiple sclerosis risk
New research suggests that obese children — adolescent girls, in particular — are more likely to be diagnosed with multiple sclerosis than normal-weight youth. That doesn't prove carrying around some extra weight in childhood causes MS — in which the protective coating around nerve fibers breaks down, slowing signals traveling between the brain and body.
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