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Health

Your MS, your body.


William, diagnosed in 2002. Photo courtesy of the National MS Society

Taking the next step

Summer 2016

Make your move to a mobility device.

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Speak for yourself

Summer 2016

Communicate more clearly with speech and language help.

Conceptual drawing of man balancing many medical demands.

Coping with dual diagnoses

Spring 2016

How to manage when your medical plus-one is uninvited.

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Care from a distance

Spring 2016

Technology is transforming doctor visits.

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Take control of your care

Spring 2016

Learn how to partner with your physician to manage your MS.

Andrea Williams, with her black Labrador retriever,
Bertie, uses a variety of
treatments to relieve her
pain. But, as is the case
for many people with
MS, they don’t totally
eliminate her discomfort. Photo by Nick  Berard

Pain, pain go away

Winter 2015-16

Pain relief is here.

Julie Gains, Susie Gaines, Mario Batali and David Lenovitz

Dishing on food, friends and family

Winter 2015-16

Celebrity chef Mario Batali and MS researchers dish on the role of food.

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Recognizing a relapse

Winter 2015-16

Identifying an exacerbation needn’t be exasperating.

Collage showing time passing and aging.

Aging with MS

Fall 2015

Learn whether your changing symptoms are the result of MS progression or aging.

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When it’s something else

Fall 2015

Other conditions can have remarkably similar symptoms to MS. Don’t mistake these conditions with aging and/or MS progression.

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