In-depth information and trending research on multiple sclerosis, patient perspectives, and expert advice on how to manage MS symptoms.
"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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We've got simple, doable advice for helping your child with MS manage recess, homework, fatigue and more.
It doesn’t happen often, but multiple sclerosis can and does affect kids. If your family or child has been affected, it's time to get connected. This guide will help.
Nurse practitioner Maria Milazzo has spent her life caring for children with pediatric multiple sclerosis, a condition that's only beginning to be understood. But from where she stands? The future is bright.
Many people with MS have trouble with memory, attention, and word recall. These games will help you stay one step ahead of the disease.
The good news: Better understanding of multiple sclerosis progression and newer, more effective treatments have made the condition easier to live with for many people.
How does MS affect my period or vice versa?
Curling up with a nice cup of hot chocolate can warm and comfort you. It may also help decrease MS-related fatigue.
Dawnia Baynes was diagnosed with MS in her 20s. Now 40, she’s become a rock for LA teens who have the condition.
This rare disease is challenging for the whole family. Learn more about what happens when a child has pediatric multiple sclerosis.
Sometimes MS is a dating non-issue. And sometimes it's a dealbreaker. Watch as young adults with multiple sclerosis share their own relationship ups and downs.
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.
School, sports, eye-rolls…it's all part of being a kid, including one with pediatric multiple sclerosis. Our guide has everything parents need to help their children with MS thrive.