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A person with MS rides Bandit during a hippotherapy session.

Horse power

In hippotherapy—named after the Greek word “hippos,” for horse—the animal’s movements can be used as… Read More

Laurie Reiser gardening at the Grand Junction Community Garden

Get growing

For many, gardening is a way to reconnect with nature, and provides a necessary balm… Read More

Stand or fall

Momentum interviews Debra Frankel, the Society’s vice president of Programs, Services and Clinical Care, about… Read More

Illustration of a figure navigating a map to find MS medications.

The medication map

It’s important to weigh several factors when deciding which disease-modifying medication to take for your… Read More

Icons of three types of medications: injection, infusion and oral.

10 disease-modifying treatment options

People with MS have more medication options than ever before. Finding the right one is… Read More

Images of healthy food options, such as fruits and nuts.

9 ways to have a nutritious holiday

The holidays can be a particularly treacherous time when trying to eat well. Here are… Read More

Candied nuts

Nutritious and fun recipe for the holidays or anytime.

A bare foot.

If the shoe fits

For people with MS, balance and stability can be a challenge. Find the right shoes… Read More

A comfortable walking shoe.

No glass slippers: What to look for in footwear

Features such as a low heel, broad base and extra depth can make a difference… Read More

Woman holding a bag of groceries

Resources for caregivers with MS

While resources that are specific to caregivers with MS don’t exist—yet—the following are helpful for… Read More

Scientist with test tube

Newest MS research that inspires us

Highlights from the National MS Society’s 2022 Leadership Conference: “A Cure Is Everything”

Diets for MS

Diets for MS

How different food plans could affect your disease

Holidays got you down?

Tips for making the holiday season less stressful and more joyful

Hope and blessings

My family’s journey from slavery to special assistant to the president

Hip hip hooray

Bone injuries and fractures can be major setbacks for people with MS. Fall-proofing both your… Read More

When going gets tough

Bowel issues affect many people with MS, but lifestyle changes can help.

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