Which a lot of us do a lot of.
PS: I think it's hilarious one of the researchers is named Venturi.
I still remember reading the deadly serious warnings on our BBQ about SPIDERS IN THE VENTURI TUBES. Of course when we looked at our BBQ after the long winter, mice had nested in it, and their woven bed made out of our lawn chairs had indeed prevented any spiders from seeking a home. But that's another topic.
Note, CCSVIers, this has nothing to do with blockages, so please don't fill my blog with "Aha! Proof!" rants. It's tiresome. And this is a preliminary study...needs repetition. Still, very interesting. I think we should be aware of the autonomic effects of MS as it may help explain the weakness that we feel and perhaps some of the vertigo.