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Daily strategies for living well with MS.

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Holidays got you down?

Tips for making the holiday season less stressful and more joyful

Hope and blessings

My family’s journey from slavery to special assistant to the president

A safe space

People with MS find support, information and friendship in the National MS Society’s Facebook community.

Changing my life for the better

My MS diagnosis gave me the courage to take a new path.

Painting away the pain

My MS can’t silence my artistic voice.

Clarissa Hernandez-Hidalgo advocates for people of color with MS.

Obstáculos al acceso

A pesar de las barreras, las personas de color con esclerosis múltiple hablan a su… Read More

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Raza y esclerosis múltiple: se enfrentan condiciones desiguales

Brechas en la investigación, el diagnóstico y el tratamiento de la esclerosis múltiple.

Jovany Hernandez

Jovany Hernández cuenta su historia con la esclerosis múltiple

Jovany Hernández habla de su experiencia como cubanoamericano con la enfermedad.

26 stress-reducing strategies you can practice today

Living with a chronic illness can be tough, but these strategies can help make each… Read More

Ferocious felines

Meet the members of the Las Felinas (female felines) Bike MS team

Steps toward mindfulness

Breathe in, breathe out. Focus on the present, and suspend judgment. That’s one woman’s method… Read More

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Organize your medical records

Experts offer tips and tricks for organizing medical information—whether you prefer digital or paper systems.

Ready, set, snow!

Adaptations can make winter sports possible— and the whole season more fun—for people with MS.

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Solutions for holiday stress

To-do lists, family expectations and the realities of living with MS can make holiday stress… Read More

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Letting the cracks show

A woman finds that leaning on others for support allows her to grow.

Photo of Barbara Gurman's "Just Be" cards.

Life in color

A woman with progressive MS uses her limited movement to produce inspirational art.

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