Is paresthesia in multiple sclerosis common?

Leg Brace

If you have Multiple Sclerosis you will need to become familiar with terms such as paresthesia or numbness in the hands and face.

Paresthesia is the clinical name given to unusual sensations of the extremities. A burning or prickling sensation is felt in the hands, forearms, legs or feet. Occasionally, paresthesia will be felt as numbness or skin crawling in the face or scalp.

10 Best Practices for Training Your Team in Artificial Intelligence

Team Briefing

When implementing Artificial Intelligence in your organisarion, training your team is critical in adopting this new working practice.

As artificial intelligence (AI) continues to grow more sophisticated, businesses are using it more and more to improve their operations. But in order for AI to be effective, your team needs to be adequately trained in its usage.

The Difference between Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and Bell’s Palsy: What You Need to Know

Ramsay Hunt Virus

A rare condition cause by viral infection. Ramsay Hunt Syndrome causes facial paralysis and or a rash on the face or neck.

Ramsay Hunt Syndrome and Bell’s Palsy are two different conditions that can cause facial paralysis. Ramsay Hunt Syndrome is caused by the herpes virus, while Bell’s Palsy is usually the result of a viral infection or stroke.