Your MS, your body.
Learn about the treatments and lifestyle changes that can reduce bowel problems.
Think you can’t exercise because of MS-related fatigue or mobility problems, or perhaps transportation challenges? Consider a home-based fitness program.
Get the most from your next visit—even when the clock is ticking.
Bladder problems affect most people with MS, but you don’t have to just live with them.
In this supplementary story to “Yes, you can regain bladder control,” learn eight tips, including a few from people with MS, to help manage day-to-day life with bladder issues.
Acupuncture, a form of traditional Chinese medicine, is based on a theory of body functioning that involves energy flow. Some people with MS are finding it a helpful complementary therapy.
Thinking about getting down with downward dog? Here’s what you need to know.
Holiday travel doesn’t have to make you say bah, humbug. Here are some tips for happy travels.
The Department of Veterans Affairs is working to improve care for veterans with MS—who number at least 30,000 nationwide.
Get hip on HIPAA, the law that contains rules about your medical privacy.