Aerobic exercise improves memory in individuals with MS, shows study A extensive study headed by Victoria Leavitt, Ph.D. And James Sumowski, Ph.D., of Kessler Foundation, supplies the first evidence for beneficial effects of aerobic exercise on brain and memory in people with multiple sclerosis . This article, ‘Aerobic exercise increases hippocampal quantity and improves storage in multiple sclerosis: Preliminary results,’ was released as an epub before print on October 4 by Neurocase: The Neural Basis of Cognition. The analysis was funded by Kessler Base. Hippocampal atrophy observed in MS is from the memory space deficits that affect around 50 percent of people with MS. Despite the prevalence of this disabling indicator, there are no effective pharmacological or behavioral treatments.Under the settlement, those that want to stay in the services might do so. Federal laws require claims to place patients in the least restrictive setting appropriate with their disabilities . This article is republished with kind permission from our friends at The Kaiser Family members Foundation. You will see the complete Kaiser Daily Health Plan Report, search the archives, or sign up for email delivery of in-depth coverage of wellness policy developments, debates and discussions.