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  • Unmet needs influence health-related quality of life in people with multiple sclerosis. [Journal Article]
    Mult Scler Relat Disord 2019; 38:101877Ponzio M, Tacchino A, … Uccelli MM
  • CONCLUSIONS: The study demonstrated that a higher number of both health and social care-related unmet needs predicted lower HRQoL. The health profile of the sample identified all domains of the EQ-5D-3L as being important in determining HRQoL. Data confirms that unmet needs alone are significantly related to reduced HRQoL, although the multifactorial and complex nature of MS makes it a challenge to identify the combination of aspects that fully predict variability in quality of life.
  • Environmental risk factors for multiple sclerosis in Japanese people. [Journal Article]
    Mult Scler Relat Disord 2019; 38:101872Sakoda A, Matsushita T, … Kira JI
  • CONCLUSIONS: Smoking and earlier age of menarche are positively associated and sunlight exposure in early childhood is negatively associated with MS in Japanese people as shown in Caucasians. Intake of steamed short-grain white rice, a staple food in Japan, is newly found to be negatively associated with MS in Japanese people. Although the causality is unclear because the participants were prevalent cases, these environmental factors may be involved in the rising prevalence of MS in Japanese females.
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