Daily strategies for living well with MS.

Marques Jones enjoys time with his wife, Jessica, and their three girls, left to right, Zoey, Ainsley
and K’leigh. African-Americans, particularly females, develop MS more frequently than previously thought. Photo by Riku Foto

A fresh perspective

Spring 2017

African-Americans may have different experiences and needs than people of other races and cultures in managing MS.


Finding love when you have MS

Spring 2017

Learn what it takes to date with confidence.


Forging a new identity

Spring 2017

If we aren’t being paid by an employer, we have to find new ways to discover our worth.

Photo by by Lori Swerdlow

A moment in time

Spring 2017

Photographer with MS focuses on streetscapes.

Dawnia Baynes, who listens to music to unwind and feel at peace, has taken steps to increase her mental, emotional and physical resilience. Photo by Riku Foto

The resilience factor

Winter 2016–17

Learn the resilience ‘workout.’

Maria Boustead operates Po Campo, a bike bag company, out of a co-working space in Brooklyn, New York. Photo by Martha Williams

Like a boss

Winter 2016–17

Can self-employment help you find balance?

Justin Weiss and Rebecca Kuchar have bonded over their MS. They chat every day.  Photo courtesy of Justin Weiss

The friend zone

Winter 2016–17

Friends have benefits.

(From left): Keith Klett, Kurtis Klett and Mike Leider with their piece, “Crush MS,” earlier in 2016. Photo courtesy of Kurt Klett

Giving MS the deep freeze

Winter 2016–17

Snow sculptures illustrate one man’s commitment to defeating MS.

Stephen Kamnetz and fiancée Marlene Maurer have traveled extensively, to countries including Colombia, Peru and Spain. Photos courtesy of Stephen Kamnetz

The upside of MS

Winter 2016–17

How one man’s MS diagnosis inspired love and adventure.


Invisible symptoms in MS

Fall 2016

Remove the cloak of invisibility from your symptoms.

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