Life

Daily strategies for living well with MS.

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One important thing to manage MS

People with MS share what helps them manage their disease and live fully.

People with MS pursue various hobbies

Hobbies can be fun, fulfilling and even help people with MS manage symptoms.

Joyful moments while living with MS

People living with MS find happiness in the small things.

Living your best life with MS

Facebook users discuss the most important thing they do to manage their MS.

My MS journey isn’t all bad. Really.

I’ve gained new lifelong friends and a new appreciation for the good things.

Find your next passion

Alterations make these hobbies more manageable if you live with MS

Reaching for the stars

This astrophysicist with MS is at ease studying galaxies, but healthcare costs challenge her.

Table tennis brings new goals and joys

A pingpong coach with MS shares her love for the sport with others with the… Read More

Seeing MS from both sides

Healthcare professionals who live with the disease offer a unique perspective.

Illustration of a person making decisions.

Disclosing your MS at work

Issues ranging from legal to emotional affect whether to tell your employer and colleagues about… Read More

Getting real with real estate

Buy a home that works for you.

Ann Murray at the wheel of her car.

Staying behind the wheel

Explore options to maintain your independence.

Herb Moses standing in front of one of his spiral artworks.

An un-still life

Though his multiple sclerosis symptoms first appeared in the 1940s, Herb Moses kept on painting,… Read More

Get in the swing

Hit the links and improve your game.

Mary Munger with her grandson

Grandparenting with MS

Grandparents can build a very special relationship with their grandchildren— regardless of MS symptoms.

Widening my world

Public transportation opens up a new world for a woman with longstanding MS.

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