Meet the Congressional Chief of Staff living with MS

From her home office, Stacy Barton gets ready for another day of juggling — juggling an interview, updates from Capitol Hill, her family… and living with multiple sclerosis. As a chief of staff for U.S. Rep. Steve Chabot (R-Ohio), Stacy has had a uniquely long career on the Hill and an equally unique personal journey.…

Accessing the COVID-19 Vaccine

Living with multiple sclerosis comes with a lot of uncertainty – but one thing you should not feel uncertain about is how to access the COVID-19 vaccine. Below is a quick guide to accessing the COVID-19 vaccine – covering everything from costs to finding a vaccination site. Vaccine Eligibility As of now, all 50 states…

MS Symptoms from A to Z

The symptoms of MS are as varied as those who live with the disease. No two people are the same and a single person’s symptoms can fluctuate over time. Explore this list of common MS symptoms, from A to Z, as well as some resources to help you cope. Anxiety Many people living with MS…

Facing multiple sclerosis

People of color are raising awareness about the ways they experience MS.

Race and MS: Confronting inequities

Uncovering the gaps in knowledge and MS awareness.

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Stacy Barton, works on the Hill and lives with MS

Meet the Congressional Chief of Staff living with MS

From her home office, Stacy Barton gets ready for another day of juggling — juggling an in – …

Doctor is holding a COVID vaccination record card

Accessing the COVID-19 Vaccine

Living with multiple sclerosis comes with a lot of uncertainty – but one thing you should – …

two hikers with MS symptoms

MS Symptoms from A to Z

The symptoms of MS are as varied as those who live with the disease. No two people are the – …

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Facing multiple sclerosis

People of color are raising awareness about the ways they experience MS.

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Race and MS: Confronting inequities

Uncovering the gaps in knowledge and MS awareness.

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

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Telehealth proves promising for people with MS

Spurred by the pandemic, virtual doctor visits save time and trouble.

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Gardening with MS: Benefits and tips

Digging in the dirt can yield a bushel of benefits for people with MS.

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Exercise minimizes MS symptoms, preserves brainpower

Study shows exercise may improve learning and memory.

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Scientists explore new MS therapies

Scientists are exploring innovative new approaches to treating MS.

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Bike MS: The Hungarian Ex-Cycled Racing Team

Lifelong friends keep biking to fight MS.

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