Latest by Lisa Emrich

How Does Personality Affect Cognition in MS?

Openness to new experiences may help to protect memory function in people living with MS.

My Husband, My Caregiver: Living with MS

Caregiving takes practice when multiple sclerosis (MS) is a third-wheel in the relationship.

From Couch Potato to Outdoor Cyclist

Persistence and patience are vital for crushing limitations and overcoming the challenges of MS.

Spring Clean Your Medicine

“Spring cleaning” your medicine drawer is a good idea, even when it isn’t spring.

Real MS Profile: Story 4

In honor of MS Awareness Month, HealthCentral is sharing stories of living with MS.

Cleaning Out the Emotional Clutter of MS

Many people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) experience symptoms of depression and anxiety. Here are some ways to deal with the emotional clutter.

#RealMSProfiles: Jessica P.

In honor of MS Awareness Month, HealthCentral is sharing the stories of community members living with MS in our new #RealMSProfiles series. If you are interested in sharing your story, please answer these questions. “Continue to plan your future rega...

#RealMSProfiles: Krystina E.

In honor of MS Awareness Month, HealthCentral is sharing the stories of community members living with MS in our new #RealMSProfiles series. If you are interested in sharing your story, please answer these questions. “Find joy and peace in the small t...

Traveling By Air With A Motorized Wheelchair

Traveling with a disability can be difficult at times, but traveling with a motorized wheelchair presents special challenges. I learned more about those challenges when I accompanied my good friend Karen on a trip last summer. Karen lives with primar...

How NOT to Park in the Handicapped Space

Even after obtaining a disabled parking placard, I didn’t immediately think much about accessible parking spaces. If spaces were available, I could decide whether I needed to take advantage of the parking closer to my destination. If no spaces were a...