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Knowing your own mind

How to distinguish multiple sclerosis cognitive issues from dementia or Alzheimer’s disease.

Boost your eye-Q

Most people with multiple sclerosis experience vision problems. Here are ways to help protect your… Read More

7 steps to lower your risk of dementia

These health and wellness steps can help improve cognition and reduce the chances of developing… Read More

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SAD + MS

Tips for telling the difference between SAD and MS

What to know about autologous hematopoietic stem cell transplantation

Here’s what you need to know about aHSCT and whether it’s right for you.

6 things to know about REGEN-COV

What to know about the recent news on REGEN-COV in the treatment or post-exposure prevention… Read More

Debi Capwell in nurse scrubs holding a cane

Work it

You might not have to quit your job after all. Vocational rehabilitation helps people with… Read More

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4 tips to boost immunity

A healthy immune system is essential — especially when you have MS.

Emily Zipps sitting in chair

Managing MS relapses

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

Young beautiful happy woman lying and relaxing on bench in Barcelona beach, Catalonia, Spain.

7 tips for getting through an MRI

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

The Ebers effect: Unraveling the MS and vitamin D connection

Professor George Ebers receives the 2013 John Dystel Prize for his research into the connection… Read More

Salmon burger

Recipe: Salmon burgers with quinoa flakes

Check out this healthy and unique take on a burger.

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.

Erin Saito

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

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