Health

Your MS, your body.

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Moves you can use

Functional exercise can help make everyday tasks easier.

When MS isn’t your only disease

Other chronic health conditions may be common — and connected.

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A handle on pain

New approaches mean more people with MS are taking control and getting their lives back.

How are you sleeping? Tips from the experts

Environmental triggers like COVID-19 can affect anyone’s ability to fall or stay asleep

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Head space

Cognitive behavioral therapy can help you manage your pain and fatigue as well as your… Read More

3 most common vision problems in MS and how to cope

Vision problems are often the first symptoms of multiple sclerosis and one of the most… Read More

Connected to care

New estimates of 1 million people living with MS in the U.S. could increase awareness,… Read More

Strength in numbers

New estimates of 1 million people living with MS in the U.S. could increase awareness,… Read More

Testing ground

Pros and cons of participating in clinical trials for MS research.

State of limbo

A definitive MS diagnosis can take time—and patience.

National MS Society progress report

Summary of the Society’s progress from April through June 2020

Necessity is the mother of invention

COVID-19 made finding new ways to stay connected critical.

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@Momentum

Readers sound off on invisible illnesses, accessibility and good samaritan sharks.

School days

Managing coursework and MS takes planning and self-awareness.

Moves you can use

Functional exercise can help make everyday tasks easier.

8 steps to fiscal fitness

Pursue a clean ‘bill’ of health with these financial planning tips.

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