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All the MS Feels

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.

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Launched and Living with MS

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.

Jackie Zimmerman

What I Wish I'd Known I'd Known About Multiple Sclerosis

One woman’s take on staying strong, sane, and solvent despite multiple sclerosis.

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10 Totally Doable Ways to Boost Your Brain Health With MS

Simple, everyday strategies can make a huge difference in how multiple sclerosis affects your brain and cognitive function. We've got 10 you can try today!

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The MS Guide to DMTs

The great news about multiple sclerosis treatments? You’ve got options! The potentially stressful news? You’ve got A LOT of options. We break down the basics.

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MS Symptoms: Your Top 6 Questions Answered!

Why don’t my lesions match my symptoms? Are my bladder problems normal? Get the answer to these and more common conundrums about multiple sclerosis.

Jennifer Digmann

Newly Diagnosed with SPMS: "It's Just Two New Words"

Writer Jennifer Digmann gives her younger self (and you!) a pep talk immediately following a secondary progressive multiple sclerosis diagnosis.

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5 Books to Help You Understand Your MS Diagnosis

Six years, an MS diagnosis, and the quest for information led this woman to books.

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Shock, Anger, Denial: Common Reactions to a Diagnosis of Multiple Sclerosis

It's completely normal to feel denial, disbelief, and even anger when diagnosed with a life-changing and unpredictable disease like MS. Here's how to move forward.