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Knowing the right questions to ask your doctor can help you (and your child) understand exactly what a pediatric MS diagnosis means.
Many people with MS have trouble with memory, attention, and word recall. These games will help you stay one step ahead of the disease.
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.
We've got simple, doable advice for helping your child with MS manage recess, homework, fatigue and more.
Children with multiple sclerosis tend to have more frequent flare-ups than adults with the condition do. Here’s what you need to know to help them navigate their symptoms so they can focus on what they do best: being kids.
Don’t let a multiple sclerosis diagnosis sideline your kid from sports and play. Give them—and their cardiovascular and muscular systems—a boost with these fitness tips.
Here’s the first thing to know if your family is coping with a diagnosis of pediatric multiple sclerosis: You’re not alone.
This rare disease is challenging for the whole family. Learn more about what happens when a child has pediatric multiple sclerosis.
Methionine, an amino acid found in meat and eggs, fuels your energy levels and—unfortunately—the progression of your chronic condition too, finds new research.
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.