At least half of people with MS have sleep disorders. Here’s how to catch more Z’s if you’re one of them.
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Outdoor activities offer people with MS a chance to have fun and connect with others.
The list of things I can’t do has grown with time. But so has the list of things I can.
Overhauling the National Multiple Sclerosis Society website for easier access
Self-advocating is a vital tool to ensure we receive proper care.
Take the information you can, keep smiling and do what you need to do.
I think the key takeaway here is to always be mindful of others’ situations.
Address racial disparities and inequities in the healthcare system that impede access to care, and ultimately, a cure, for MS.