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University unveils new MS research

The University of East Anglia campus in Norwich Credit: ITV Anglia

Scientists at the University of East Anglia in Norwich say that short bouts of moderate exercise can improve energy levels among people suffering from multiple sclerosis.

The researchers say walking and steady cycling improved fatigue levels and gave people a better quality of life.

More than a hundred thousand people in the UK have MS. It affects almost three times more women than men.