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.

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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.

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(Un)steady as she goes

Megan White takes MS sitting down — but only when she must.

aHSCT: A promising treatment

Here’s what you need to know about aHSCT and how to decide whether it’s right… Read More

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Ancient alternative

Acupuncture might be a helpful treatment for MS symptoms.

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Not feeling motivated?

Study shows how pervasive — and problematic — apathy can be among people with MS.

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Dream on: Managing sleep disorders

At least half of people with MS have sleep disorders. Here’s how to catch more… Read More

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Varied response

Barancik Prize winner focuses on how different treatments affect people with MS.

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