In the beginning

What it’s like when you’re first diagnosed with MS.

Free to be fit

New guidelines highlight the benefits of exercise for all people with MS — regardless of ability.

Roll with it

Life looks different from a wheelchair. Here’s how to manage it.

Others like me

Connecting with people with MS is a different — and powerful — experience.

Mind over mind

Stay calm and focused with mindfulness meditation.

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Meet Our 2020 Inspiration Award Winners

We celebrate and honor the award winners for their dedication to helping every person affe – …

Nicole White

In the beginning

What it’s like when you’re first diagnosed with MS.

Robert Paskus

Free to be fit

New guidelines highlight the benefits of exercise for all people with MS — regardless of a – …

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The sport you choose

Research shows that exercise can improve function and quality of life in people with MS.

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