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Generosity on aisle 3
At a group of grocery stores in western Washington, multiple sclerosis has been front and center for years.
Meet Society board member: Peter Porrino
Peter Porrino started volunteering at the National Multiple Sclerosis Society after his wife’s MS diagnosis.
Meet Society board member: Dana Foote
When Dana Foote first joined the board, she had one goal in mind: finding a cure.
Meet Society board member: Bonnie Higgins
Due to endless hours of volunteering, Bonnie Higgins earned a spot in the Society’s Volunteer Hall of Fame.
Meet Society board member: Caroline Whitacre
Caroline Whitacre volunteers her time and offers her scientific expertise on the Society’s national board of directors.
4 ways to manage double vision
Double vision is a common symptom of an exacerbation. Learn ways that you can help manage double vision, including patching, using prisms, steroids and surgery.
A great education—with MS
A spectrum of strategies can help people with MS achieve their educational goals.
Top Society scholar stays the course
Erin Saito, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s 2013 Presidential Scholar, will be attending the University of California, Los Angeles, this fall.
Lost in thought: When cognition changes
Physical abilities aren’t all that’s affected by MS. Thinking, remembering and reasoning can take a hit, too.
Enrollment begins for health insurance
Are you ready for the Affordable Care Act? Long-debated and, in some cases, long-awaited health insurance marketplaces will begin Oct. 1, 2013 to enroll people in coverage.