The lead researcher’s view: Are people living healthier three years after an OMS retreat?

By OMSWebEditor on June 7, 2018

A new research paper from the Neuroepidemiology Unit (NEU) at the University of Melbourne aimed to investigate whether people with MS who have attended a lifestyle retreat are leading healthier lives three years later.

Putting the focus on research this World MS Day

By Admin on May 15, 2018

This year’s World MS Day, on May 30th, will follow the theme of #BringingUsCloser, focusing on the importance of research.

Vote For George Jelinek & NEU Team In Battle Of The Labs!

By Admin on May 2, 2018

Professor George Jelinek and the team at the NEU are competing in this year’s ‘Battle of the Labs’, and they need your vote!

Conquer Hadrian’s Wall For Overcoming MS!

By Admin on April 6, 2018

Take a step back in time with our new trek, Hadrian’s Wall. It will see you walk 25 miles over two days along the magnificent Roman site. 

Vitamin K2 – The New Vitamin D In MS?

By Admin on March 20, 2018

A study appears to have found a link between multiple sclerosis and lower blood levels of VK2, a fat-soluble molecule.

The Massive Vitamin D Blunder That Has Left Millions Deficient

By Admin on March 9, 2018

New research has found that existing guidelines on recommended vitamin D intake may be dangerously low.