Woman holds yoga pose near mountain lake, a practice that may help with symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS)..

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Spotting early signs of multiple sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is called a sneaky disease because its symptoms can be hard to spot and it often goes years before it's diagnosed after the first symptoms appear. Watch as Dr. Ron Tarrel, a neurologist from the Noran Clinic, talks with KARE11 news about possible symptoms of multiple sclerosis.

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As a neurologist, I prescribe exercise to patients because it is the most universal medicine for anything that ails you. It helps regulate your body functions (glucose, insulin, blood pressure), and it helps your body physically move better (muscles, joints, bones). But what you may not know is, exercise can have dramatically positive impacts on your brain as well.

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