For the nearly 2.3 million people worldwide who are diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS), brain health and preservation are vital. Keeping your body and mind active are two ways you can help.
What Does a Cure for MS Look Like?
The world can be filled with challenging environments. Sometimes it’s enough to make you feel sick, dizzy, in pain, confused, or exhausted. Here are some tips for reducing sensory overload.
In American culture, people judge you by what you do for a living. So what happens when your career is taken away by multiple sclerosis?
Use these tips for travelling with multiple sclerosis (MS) that will help you with the planning and logistics of your next big summer trip.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) may have you thinking about organizing your legal affairs and financial planning. Learn about how you can best prepare for the future after your diagnosis.
If you live with MS, you know that getting clean can come with some risks. Learn tips for avoiding danger in the shower.
Multiple sclerosis (MS) can be highly unpredictable, so it is important to develop your own MS early warning alert system. Learn how to spot the early warning signs of an MS relapse.
Philanthropist, designer, and author, Nancy Davis shares her experience with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (MS) and what inspired her to start Center Without Walls, an MS-focused medical research group.
It seems that everyone is on a quest to get a good night’s sleep, but when you have MS, it might be an even harder quest to overcome. We get to the root of the problem, so you can get to sleep faster.
How many times have you heard someone say: “At least it’s not cancer,” to console a friend? Have you ever said this to someone with a chronic condition? We need to respect all illnesses and not compete.