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Living With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis can affect many corners of your everyday life. Learn ways you can cope with symptoms like fatigue and strategies to ease daily challenges.
Allergy Friendly School Lunch Foods
Is There a Link Between Food Allergies and MS?
Targeting Myelin Repair as Treatment for MS
The Myelin Sheath: Anatomy, Function, and Treatment
Concerned Caucasian woman sitting on sofa
Why It's Normal to Experience Grief With Multiple Sclerosis
A doctor meets with a patient.
5 Myths About Multiple Sclerosis
woman getting a shot
Safe and Unsafe Vaccines With MS
making a salad
Popular Diets for Multiple Sclerosis
Angry woman on couch
The Role of Anger in Multiple Sclerosis
Young couple in wheelchair strolling in the park
Mobility Assistive Devices for MS
Woman with head resting on a table looking at a laptop
Using the Modified Fatigue Impact Scale for MS
Being Mobility Impaired in Multiple Sclerosis
Sores, Contractures, and Osteoporosis Due to MS Immobility
Social distancing during COVID-19 pandemic
Living With PTSD and Multiple Sclerosis
Doctors looking for signs of osteoporosis in x-ray
The Link Between Osteoporosis and Multiple Sclerosis
Man receiving MRI to diagnose multiple sclerosis
How MS Can Affect Life Expectancy
Woman with insomnia
Multiple Sclerosis and Insomnia: Diagnosis and Treatment
Close-Up Of Hand Holding Cigarette
The Connection Between Smoking and Multiple Sclerosis
Enjoying Nature Can Ease Stress Which May Help Your MS
Multiple Sclerosis and Stress: How They're Connected
Senior woman and daughter holding walking stick
Using a Cane for Multiple Sclerosis: Timing and Choices
Senior woman looking at view over lake
Multiple Sclerosis: Coping, Support, and Living Well
Portrait of a senior woman
Multiple Sclerosis and Depression: Connections and Impact
Donating blood
Multiple Sclerosis Blood Donation Guidelines
Exhausted man in bathroom mirror
MS Fatigue: Prevention, Treatment, and Coping
Young woman sitting at desk with fan
Staying Cool With Multiple Sclerosis