Latest by Lisa Emrich
When you’re living with a chronic condition, it’s not always easy to answer when people ask, “How are you?”
Having a chronic condition often means not being able to enjoy the things you did before you were diagnosed—but it can also result in discovering new pursuits and pleasures.
People with MS may have more rapid degeneration of cartilage, which can lead to osteoarthritis. Here’s what you can do if you develop this condition.
If your doctor doesn’t ask about your sex life with MS, it’s important for you to bring it up yourself.
A recent study found that acupuncture improved walking speed in 85 percent of people with MS.
Handling the ups and downs of multiple sclerosis takes practice, patience, and persistence.
It’s necessary to focus on self-care before you can care for a loved one in crisis.
Primary Progressive MS (PPMS) manifests differently than other forms of the disease and poses challenges for diagnosis and treatment.
Retired hockey player Bryan Bickell focuses on fatherhood and training service dogs for people with MS.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) can be fierce as a lion, unpredictable, and untamed.