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Life

Daily strategies for living well with MS.


Ann Murray at the wheel of her car.

Staying behind the wheel

Spring 2016

Explore options to maintain your independence.

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Get in the swing

Spring 2016

Hit the links and improve your game.

Mary Munger with her grandson

Grandparenting with MS

Spring 2016

Grandparents can build a very special relationship with their grandchildren— regardless of MS symptoms.

Marsha Michaels, at a transit station in the West Portal neighborhood in San Francisco, has found that taking public transportation has opened up her world.  Photo courtesy of Marsha Michaels

Widening my world

Spring 2016

Public transportation opens up a new world for a woman with longstanding MS.

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Now I have MS

Spring 2016

Reader Dana Harrison shares a poem about her experiences of life with MS.

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Warm up to winter

Winter 2015-16

Does cold worsen MS symptoms?

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Mingle all the way?

Winter 2015-16

Parties don’t have to leave you pooped.

Illustration by Roy Scott

Career decisions

Winter 2015-16

Knowing when—and how—to stop working can create better balance.

Woody Landers completes a polar plunge.

Taking the plunge

Winter 2015-16

Massachusetts man shows icy determination.

It’s often hard for people with multiple sclerosis to ask for help repeatedly—whether for a physical task, such as grocery shopping, or with emotional support. But people with MS can often give back in other ways.  Photo by David Nevala

Circle of support

Fall 2015

People with MS can benefit from a network of support. Learn how to overcome the risk of burning out a pool of just a few carepartners, friends and family members.

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