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Emily Blosberg

Emily Blosberg, Health Guide

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Best Activities for People with MS

When looking for activities outside of your regular school or work routine, sports tend to be the answer for many. However, sports can often be too strenuous for people living with MS. Instead, activities requiring less energy may be a better option.

 

At the beginning of my sophomore year of high school, I decided to join the... Read moreChevron

posted 10/21/2014, comments (0)|
Vicki

Vicki, Health Guide

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Vicki was a Health Guide with Secondary Progressive MS and Osteoporosis. She passed away in January 2014. We continue to find great value in her posts—she will be missed.

Pinterest - MS Central Question of the Week

Do you use Pinterest? This is something like a billboard made up of images of interests and hobbies. It can be fun, and maybe educational, too. Living with MS is easier when we take breaks, and Pinterest is one good way to... Read moreChevron

posted 06/24/2013, comments (0)|
Dan and Jennifer Digmann

Dan and Jennifer Digmann, Health Guide

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We are a married couple who both have MS. Dan’s is RRMS, Jennifer’s is SPMS.

Question of the Week – 4/15/10 - How'd you sleep last night?

Our morning “routine” started at 5:30 today. It has become quite standard for Dan and me, and tends to go a lot like this:

 

The alarm-radio goes off, usually to some popular tune we both enjoy, and eventually Dan snoozes the music.

 

“Ten more minutes and then we will get up,” he assures himself and... Read moreChevron

Cathy

Cathy, Health Guide

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I have had MS for 25+ years and am a trained Peer Resource for Shared Solutions for Copaxone. I am a recent graduate of the Alfus Patient Advocate Certificate Program from The University of Miami. My mission is to "pay it forward" by helping others with MS and other autoimmune diseases.

Question of the Week: More research means more options. How has this helped you?

When I was diagnosed in the late 1980’s my neurologist (not specializing in MS) told me there would be a cure in 5 years.  Needless to say, I changed neurologists.

 

When we entered into the 1990’s, Newsweek declared it “The Decade of the Brain”, telling us that research would be geared toward solving the mysteries of,... Read moreChevron

Merely Me

Merely Me, Health Guide

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I am a published writer who suffers from depression and MS

In Sickness and In Health

Hi everybody!

 

I know what you are going to say.  I have not been present here for a couple of weeks.  This is a new thing for me.  Since I began with Health Central in August of 2008 I... Read moreChevron