Latest by Lisa Emrich
What does the doctor look for during the “swinging light test”?
Nystagmus is a condition that causes the eyes to make quick, repetitive, uncontrolled movements.
The Hoffmann reflex is finger flexor response is demonstrated by a sudden flexing of the thumb and/or index finger, and can be a sign of MS.
When a new drug hits the market, how do you decide whether or not to try it?
When someone experiences only one episode of MS-like symptoms, it is known as clinically isolated syndrome. Here’s how it is – and isn’t – like other forms of the disease.
New Year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, but this one’s crucial: Carve out time every day to focus only on yourself.
Shingrix is safer than Zostavax for people with multiple sclerosis and other autoimmune illnesses. Here’s why.
Complications may include dry eyes, episcleritis, scleritis, corneal problems, glaucoma, cataracts, and Sjogren’s Syndrome.
From personal stories to research news and bizarre symptoms, we covered all facets of life with MS.