Lesser Right-hand Dominance May Be Linked to More Severe MS

Lesser Right-hand Dominance May Be Linked to More Severe MS

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Lesser Right-hand Dominance May Be Linked to More Severe MS

Inconsistently switching between hands for most common manual activities — or naturally choosing the left rather than the right hand — may be associated with more severe multiple sclerosis (MS), either in the form of younger age at diagnosis or progressive type, particularly in women, a small study suggests. These findings add to a previous U.S. study in female nurses reporting that left-handed women had a higher risk of more severe MS than those who were…

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