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Your MS, your body.
What they are, what they aren’t and how to manage them
MS can cause swallowing difficulties, but there is help out there.
Finding your arch type to make buying footwear easier
People with MS have a lot to say about what they want their healthcare teams… Read More
Bone injuries and fractures can be major setbacks for people with MS. Fall-proofing both your… Read More
Bowel issues affect many people with MS, but lifestyle changes can help.
Getting vaccinated to prevent harmful infections is a fundamental part of medical care for people… Read More
Treatment for bladder issues can help people with MS take back their freedom.
Seasonal Affective Disorder can present a unique set of challenges in people with MS. But… Read More
Here’s what you need to know about aHSCT and how to decide whether it’s right… Read More
Researchers delve into pediatric MS with hopes that their findings will help solve the MS… Read More
Every voice counts. Amplify the impact of your MS advocacy by making connections with members… Read More
Readers respond to stories about moods, fashionable canes and education from recent issues of Momentum… Read More
You’re not alone. Pain is one of the most common symptoms in multiple sclerosis. New… Read More
Momentum interviews Debra Frankel, the Society’s vice president of Programs, Services and Clinical Care, about… Read More
Society seizes opportunities to advance solutions for progressive MS.