What does the doctor look for during the “swinging light test”?
Nystagmus is a condition that causes the eyes to make quick, repetitive, uncontrolled movements.
The Hoffmann reflex is finger flexor response is demonstrated by a sudden flexing of the thumb and/or index finger, and can be a sign of MS.
How will the MS community cope with its changing demographics?
A HealthCentral contributor’s experience with depression due to living with multiple sclerosis. How she deals, and how you can, too.
When a new drug hits the market, how do you decide whether or not to try it?
When someone experiences only one episode of MS-like symptoms, it is known as clinically isolated syndrome. Here’s how it is – and isn’t – like other forms of the disease.
New Year’s resolutions are notoriously hard to keep, but this one’s crucial: Carve out time every day to focus only on yourself.
Seventeen years after being diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, Trevis Gleason wonders about the concept of a cure for the disease.
Nurse practitioner Aliza Ben-Zacharia answers important questions about the first drug to treat primary progressive multiple sclerosis.