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Hearing "You have multiple sclerosis" takes your breath away. Knowing what's next helps. Here's your first-year plan.
The super-good news? When it comes to drug treatment for multiple sclerosis, you've got serious options, and lots of 'em, too!
It’s normal to feel overwhelmed if your child’s been diagnosed with epilepsy. Here’s what docs and other parents want you to know so you feel less alone and more in control.
Logging consistently good zzz’s is crucial to managing epilepsy. And it’s totally possible! Here’s how to get the rest you need starting tonight.
She was totally fine—until the day she wasn’t. In her new book, Uncomfortably Numb, author Meredith O’Brien recounts her path to receiving a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
If you have MS, today's treatments can halt the progression of the disease—and even prevent flares from happening. Here's what you need to know.
We've got the doctor-approved scoop on causes, symptoms, treatments, and a jillion other facts and tips that can make life with MS easier.
When you have multiple sclerosis, you know that flare-ups are inevitable. But when they strike seemingly out of the blue after a long remission, the blow can feel twice as hard.
From leg spasms to anxiety, catching your zzz’s with multiple sclerosis may seem impossible. Here’s how to get the rest you need so you can keep doing all the stuff you love to do.
Coming to grips with a multiple sclerosis diagnosis is (almost) as hard as dealing with the disease itself. Meredith O’Brien, author of the new memoir, Uncomfortably Numb, shares the challenges she's faced since discovering she had the disease six years ago.