Multiple Sclerosis News Today (11/27, Gisler) reports a study published in the journal Frontiers in Psychiatry found that “changeable lifestyle factors influence the risk and severity of depression associated with multiple sclerosis (MS).” The researchers studied 2,224 patients with MS for the study. The research found an association between alcohol consumption and depression, while a “healthy diet and vitamin D and omega-3 supplementation had a somewhat positive influence on changes in depression score.” (SOURCE: APA Headlines)