Health

Your MS, your body.

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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.

Finding neuro

How to develop a positive relationship with your neurologist.

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The hidden symptom

Depression strikes 1 in 2 people with MS, and it can be difficult to recognize…. Read More

Medication

New MS treatment guidelines

Updated recommendations aim to give you a bigger say in how you manage your disease.

Judy Boone

Exercising your options

Physical activity may help ease MS symptoms.

new phase

A new phase

A diagnosis of secondary progressive MS can be scary, but there are strategies to help… Read More

What exactly does a healthy diet look like?

Learn what—and how much—to eat, as well as what foods to avoid.

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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