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MS Checkup: Is Your Treatment Plan Working?

Learn how well your multiple sclerosis treatment plan is working by using our checkup tool.

Managing MS: Advice from People Living with MS

Get advice from 22 other MS patients and leave your own.

7 Ways to Beat MS Fatigue

It's a common symptom in MS, and there's even more than one type. These tips can keep you moving throughout the day.

How to Stay Cool in the Heat

High temperatures can trigger MS symptoms, so you may need these extra precautions.

The Best Mobile Apps for MS

Smartphone apps can help you stay involved, manage your MS, and live a more comfortable life. Here are the best of the best.

How to Evaluate Your MS Treatment Plan

Get discussion topics to bring up with your doctor, including symptoms to look out for, possible side effects from medications, and frequency of flare-ups.

Multiple Sclerosis (MS) Alternative Treatments

Alternative therapies are common for many chronic diseases like multiple sclerosis.

7 Multiple Sclerosis Facts You Should Know

Multiple sclerosis is a neurological disease resulting from breakdown of myelin as your body attacks itself.

MS Prognosis and Your Life Expectancy

There is currently no cure for MS. However, it’s not a fatal disease. In fact, those with MS have the same life expectancy as the general population.

What’s So Funny? Pseudobulbar Affect and MS

MS patients who have damage to the central nervous system sometimes experience PBA, a condition in which you suddenly start to laugh or cry.

Going Herbal: Vitamins and Supplements for Multiple Sclerosis

Although no drug or supplement can cure MS, some treatments may help people slow the disease’s progress.

Lhermitte's Sign (and MS): What It Is and How to Treat It

Lhermitte’s sign is a type of nerve pain experienced by people with multiple sclerosis.

Top Multiple Sclerosis Events Around the Country

Whether you have MS or know someone who does, participating in a sponsored event is one of the easiest ways to raise awareness for the disease.

Multiple Sclerosis Support Groups

These online support groups, forums, and communities provide a venue to ask questions, research, and connect with others.

Tips for Finding the Right MS Specialist

If you have recently been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis, you have a lot of new things to think about. Read through our tips for finding the right MS specialist.

Getting Your MS Doctor Invested in Your Quality of Life

A diagnosis of multiple sclerosis doesn’t mean you have to sacrifice your physical or mental well-being. Your doctor can help maintain your quality of life.

Treating MS with Medications and Therapies

Although there is no cure for multiple sclerosis, there are many effective ways of managing the disease.

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