Your MS, your body.
Talking about MS with your doctor
People with MS have a lot to say about what they want their healthcare teams… Read More
Hip hip hooray
Bone injuries and fractures can be major setbacks for people with MS. Fall-proofing both your… Read More
5 things to know about the flu vaccine and MS
Getting vaccinated to prevent harmful infections is a fundamental part of medical care for people… Read More
Control your bladder, control your life
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
aHSCT: A promising treatment
Here’s what you need to know about aHSCT and how to decide whether it’s right… Read More
Dream on: Managing sleep disorders
At least half of people with MS have sleep disorders. Here’s how to catch more… Read More
4 ways to manage double vision
Double vision is a common symptom of an exacerbation. Learn ways that you can help… Read More
A great education—with MS
A spectrum of strategies can help people with MS achieve their educational goals.
Top Society scholar stays the course
Erin Saito, the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s 2013 Presidential Scholar, will be attending the University… Read More
Lost in thought: When cognition changes
Physical abilities aren’t all that’s affected by MS. Thinking, remembering and reasoning can take a… Read More
Enrollment begins for health insurance
Are you ready for the Affordable Care Act? Long-debated and, in some cases, long-awaited health… Read More