Scientists have made significant progress in finding the cause of multiple sclerosis (MS), discovering the presence of a protein in brain tissue that may help lead to a treatment for the disease that affects 2.5 million people worldwide. Researchers at the University of Exeter in the UK and the University of Alberta in Canada found large quantities of the protein Rab32 in brain tissue samples taken from people who had MS but was almost entirely absent in those without the condition.
You might want to rethink grabbing your coffee with almond milk the next time you head to Starbucks. Experts have recently warned against adopting a dairy-free diet, explaining that it is a "ticking time bomb" for adults under 25, the BBC reports. A survey by the National Osteoporosis Society reported it was concerned by the number of young adults following these fad diets and not replacing the missed nutrients.