Life

Daily strategies for living well with MS.

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MS through the ages

How you experience MS may depend on how old you are and your diagnosis date…. Read More

Lighten the load

Adaptive tools can make things a little easier when you’re living with multiple sclerosis.

You want to know what?

People with MS get a lot of questions. Here’s how you can answer — or… Read More

Season of giving

Readers living with MS share the best gifts they’ve ever received

Struggling to stay standing

I’ll be on my feet as long as I can.

My own therapy

Button artwork is a creative outlet and a source of joy for me.

journaling

Make note

Journaling can have a variety of benefits for people with MS

Atiba Blalark

Does this taste weird to you?

If flavor doesn’t deliver, there are ways to wake up your taste buds.

Dee DiFatta in wheelchair with rainbow cape flying behind her

Finding gratitude

Despite the challenges of MS, there are ways to be thankful.

Kate Perkins walks her dog in the woods

Good companions

From pigs to parrots, pets can enrich the lives of people living with MS.

Ardra Shephard

On the go

While you will almost always find a half-eaten candy cane and some gently used Kleenex… Read More

Christopher Rodney

Conquering the cold

From ultra-portable wheelchairs to robotic exoskeletons, tomorrow’s high-tech assistive devices are here today.

Jon Strum

Unofficial channels

People with MS are discovering worlds of ways to connect with each other— from podcasts… Read More

Ardra Shephard

Awesome aliases

Why did Ardra Shephard name her mobility device?

Randy Huling illustration

Fragments from my brain

Randy J. Huling’s MS gave him even more reason to draw and create.

Moving forward with MS symptoms

You can improve your health by taking simple steps.

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