Only 3 MS patients discontinued the study due to adverse events; all had been in the Zenvia 20/10 mg group. One MS individual in the Zenvia 30/10 mg group and 2 MS patients in the placebo group reported nonfatal serious adverse occasions . The most typical adverse events among MS patients which were more frequent in the Zenvia groupings than for placebo were dizziness, nausea, diarrhea, nasopharyngitis and somnolence. CONCLUSIONS Overall, Zenvia 30/10 mg and 20/10 mg were effective, safe, and well-tolerated for treatment of individuals with PBA. The new formulation of Zenvia seemed to demonstrate similar efficacy with a potentially improved tolerability and security profile, compared with formulations of higher dosages.Most college students, with some exceptions, are not qualified to receive food stamps and many tend to be already carrying heavy debt loads. And the study found that even though most of them work one or more jobs, the financial demands are such that they still might not have enough money for healthy food at all times. Food insecurity is thought as limited or uncertain option of adequate and safe foods nutritionally, and the ability to acquire such meals in acceptable ways. It has been connected with depression, stress, problems learning in the classroom, and illness. When similar problems have been resolved with elementary college students, improvements were seen in academic performance, behavior and retention of knowledge.