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"I am without a doubt healthier, stronger—both mentally and physically—and probably a better person since I was diagnosed with MS."
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Worried your multiple sclerosis diagnosis is going to steal your chance at success? These three young women share how they're building the careers they want despite their condition.
Daters with multiple sclerosis share personal advice on effective communication, fighting fatigue, and opening your heart to love.
The FDA recently approved two new drugs that give people with active secondary progressive multiple sclerosis more treatment choices than ever.
Your family game-plan might need to be a little different, but multiple sclerosis will never define who you are as a mom or dad.
Sexual problems are common among men and women with multiple sclerosis, but it's super possible to have a satisfying (and still hot!) sex life. We've got the answers and the workarounds to make it happen.
You don't have to get through this alone: We've got expert advice on how to deal with the emotional mashup that can follow a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.
One writer reflects on the biggest lessons he learned from being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis at a young age.
First job. First apartment. First financial planner (yep, you need one!). There's a lot to look forward to in your 20s, and a lot you can do to make sure multiple sclerosis doesn't get in the way.
More strength! Less chance falling! When you have multiple sclerosis, those are two especially good things. Work these moves into your regular fitness routine, and you'll be steadier on your feet.
Learn about the many ways you can keep your brain healthy with MS, from diet and exercise to starting medicines once MRI scans show certain changes.
Just when you think you’ve got this MS thing down, you're hit with a secondary progressive multiple sclerosis diagnosis. Learn what it all means; meet people whose lives have been affected (mostly for good) by SPMS; and check out some cool mobility gear.