CONCLUSION: Maternal MS, but not paternal MS, was associated with lower rates of developmental vulnerability on the social development domain. However, mental and physical comorbidity among MS-affected mothers were associated with increased developmental vulnerability in children.
The Early Development Instrument is a validated, population-based measure of early child development in five key domains (physical health, emotional maturity, social competence, language and cognitive skills, and communications skills and general knowledge). So what does this say? That if you look at children of parents with MS and mums make the difference and if mums are doing badly there are more risk of influneces on the children.
Speaking of Which...If you are a Parent. Have You and your Kids
This can give the Kids something to do in the holiday period. Why not make the eye...as we have made the none messy version in Mark II. Looking forward to it rolling out in 2016
Come visit at ECTRIMS 2016 in London