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Telehealth proves promising for people with MS

Spurred by the pandemic, virtual doctor visits save time and trouble.

Ellie Tillotson running

5 tips for managing MS foot drop

Strategies to cope with this common MS symptom.

Robert Paskus

Free to be fit

New guidelines highlight the benefits of exercise for all people with MS — regardless of… Read More

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

6 things to know about REGEN-COV

What to know about the recent news on REGEN-COV in the treatment or post-exposure prevention… Read More

Atiba Blalark

Does this taste weird to you?

If flavor doesn’t deliver, there are ways to wake up your taste buds.

Debi Capwell in nurse scrubs holding a cane

Work it

You might not have to quit your job after all. Vocational rehabilitation helps people with… Read More

senior-aged woman on a run

4 tips to boost immunity

A healthy immune system is essential — especially when you have MS.

Dee DiFatta in wheelchair with rainbow cape flying behind her

Finding gratitude

Despite the challenges of MS, there are ways to be thankful.

Dwight Bergles and lab team

Mysterious cells

Barancik winner’s discoveries upend assumptions about MS and the brain.

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