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Managing MS relapses

MS flare-ups are unpredictable and discouraging, but you can learn how to cope with them.

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7 tips for getting through an MRI

Ready to lie stock-still in a loud machine for 45 minutes with no bathroom breaks?

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5 fun things to do during an MS flare-up

Jessie Ace’s go-to activities to feel productive during a flare-up.

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Come on in, the water’s fine!

Water activities you can incorporate into your exercise routine.

Dorlan Kimbrough, MD

Neurologist talks COVID-19 vaccines and MS

Dorlan Kimbrough, MD, a neurologist at Duke University Hospital, clears up myths about COVID-19 vaccines… Read More

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Accessing the COVID-19 Vaccine

A quick guide to accessing the COVID-19 vaccine — covering everything from costs to finding… Read More

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MS Symptoms from A to Z

Explore this list of common MS symptoms, from A to Z, as well as some… Read More

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Telehealth proves promising for people with MS

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

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5 tips for managing MS foot drop

Strategies to cope with this common MS symptom.

Lurching with enthusiasm

Mark Somerfield, diagnosed with MS in 1991, humorously describes the challenges he faces and shows… Read More

Simple truths about online networking

Sometimes meeting in person can be difficult due to MS; online networking offers a great… Read More

10 lessons of MS

Education doesn’t stop in the classroom. Nancy Chamberlayne shares a top 10 list of lessons… Read More

Paying for college

Get informed about the National Multiple Sclerosis Society’s scholarship program and other educational assistance.

What is your biggest educational challenge?

The majority of readers who answered Momentum’s online survey on education and MS said that… Read More

The sport you choose

Research shows that exercise can improve function and quality of life in people with MS.

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