The latest news and insights on MS.

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\Readers sound off on medical marijuana, Jack Osbourne and living with MS.

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Beat the winter blahs

Winter can brew up a “perfect storm” for the blues. For people with MS, the… Read More

Society telelearning program debuts

The Society’s telelearning series provides information and guidance on current matters essential to living one’s… Read More

FDA approves new disease-modifying therapy

Plegridy (peginterferon beta-1a, manufactured by Biogen Idec) is the newest disease-modifying therapy, or DMT, to… Read More

Maximizing wellness this winter—and beyond

Let’s start a dialogue about how you pursue wellness—and how we can support you.

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Readers praise Momentum stories about the beating summer heat and other topics.

Society scholarships keep giving

Megan Lafferty, who credits her experience with MS healthcare for her ambition to become a… Read More

Hormones and gender under the microscope

At a recent conference of the American Academy of Neurology, studies examining the effects of… Read More

Everyday Matters program makes a positive difference

Participants in the National MS Society’s Everyday Matters program report a range of benefits in… Read More

A bounty of knowledge

Thanks to many survey responses, in-depth interviews and conversations, we now have a deeper and… Read More

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Letters to the editor: Connecting through MS experiences

Momentum readers sound off on seeing MS as an opportunity to adjust their mindset and… Read More

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Get involved with Walk MS

National MS Society President & CEO Cyndi Zagieboylo on Walk MS

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Reflecting on what’s ahead

Considering what’s ahead can be motivating and rejuvenating.

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Letters to the editor: More accessibility and adjusting to new normals

Momentum readers sound off transportation accessibility and cognitive issues.

Meet our 2022 Inspiration Award Winners

Recipients have positively affected MS research and the community

A message from Cyndi Zagieboylo: Reconnecting with our community

The National MS Society now offers more ways for people to engage than ever before.