Your MS, your body.
Depression strikes 1 in 2 people with MS, and it can be difficult to recognize. But there are ways to cope.
Updated recommendations aim to give you a bigger say in how you manage your disease.
Physical activity may help ease MS symptoms.
A diagnosis of secondary progressive MS can be scary, but there are strategies to help you live a full life.
Learn what—and how much—to eat, as well as what foods to avoid.
Eating well could be a big step toward feeling well.
It’s the most common symptom of the disease, but there are ways to manage it.
Music therapy might help ease MS symptoms.
How to identify and manage the tension MS might cause.
There are several ways to ease the symptoms of MS hug.