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Hip hip hooray

Bone injuries and fractures can be major setbacks for people with MS. Fall-proofing both your… Read More

When going gets tough

Bowel issues affect many people with MS, but lifestyle changes can help.

senior woman holding red heart shape with syringe and showing her arm with bandage after got vaccinated or inoculation due to spread of corona virus, population, social or herd immunity concept

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.

Feeling SAD?

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

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Ancient alternative

Acupuncture might be a helpful treatment for MS symptoms.

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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

MS symptoms from A to Z

A list of common issues and ways to manage them

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Mind over muscle

Tips to help manage spasms and stiffness

6 tips for staying hydrated

Pay attention to your fluids this summer, as warm weather and sunnier days make it… Read More

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Play to read!

Complete this activity for a book genre recommendation

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Laughter + MS

Laughter can have positive effects on your physical and emotional health.

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Letters to the editor: Finding the positives

Readers sound off on MS blessings, MS through the ages and staying positive.

Celebrating Asian American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month

Two Society members share their experiences and what their identities mean to them

Chidiebere Ibe

Making medical illustrations for all

Meet the medical student tackling representation, one Black illustration at a time

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