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Meet Lorena R., a registered nurse who is dedicated to helping people understand their diagnosis. Lorena talks about her role as a nurse and breaks down some common myths about MS. She also discusses some of the goals of MS treatment.
How treatments are changing
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Maintaining mindfulness at work
6 ways to help stay active
From Herb L.
See what delicious recipes people with MS are whipping up—start exploring
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MS among African Americans
From Dr. Williams
4 tips on aging with MS
Almond energy bites
From Jessica T.
An MS diagnosis at 25
From Chelsey B.
From Jessica C.
Banana oatmeal breakfast cookies
From Beth P.
Beet & red lentil hummus
Being your own best advocate
The benefits of living with a pet
Symptom Series: Bladder & bowel dysfunction
From Gina F.
Celebrating life with MS
From Stephanie G.
Clinical trials 101
Clinically isolated syndrome (CIS)
Connecting your team
Counseling as an option
Dealing with your MS diagnosis
From Shari S.
Dealing with memory problems
Diagnosing MS: What you may expect
From Dr. Coyle
Diets & supplements to consider
Dining out made easier
Discover potential benefits of yoga
How disease modifying treatments may help
From Dr. Bowen
Encouragement if you’re newly diagnosed
Finding your silver lining
Finding the right treatment
Fruit crisp pie
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Goal of DMTs
Grandma’s date treats
Using positivity to overcome stigma
From Robyn F.
Health insurance & MS
From Kellie T.
Honestly MS: Feeling alone with MS
Honestly MS: Opening up about difficult topics
Honestly MS: Redefining intimacy with your partner
Honestly MS: Taking on bladder & bowel issues
How humor may be beneficial
From Paul P.
How MS may affect the body
The immune system & MS
How MS is diagnosed
How meditation may help
Symptom Series: Emotional changes
Symptom Series: Vision problems
Symptom Series: Walking difficulties
How spiritual wellness may help
From Mary Kay F.
Staying motivated with MS
From Charlie “Justice” B.
I wish I knew
From our Expert Contributors
The importance of treating early
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8 ways to keep your brain engaged
Key members of your support team
More than MS
Living a fulfilling life with MS
Connect with MS organizations for more support
Symptom Series: Types of MS pain
Symptom Series: Cognitive dysfunction
Symptom Series: Fatigue
Symptom Series: Heat sensitivity
Symptom Series: Spasticity
Maintaining a positive outlook
Making the most of your MS doctor appointments
From Dr. Weigel
Making changes to your diet
Making the most of visits with your healthcare team
Meal planning for the week ahead
From Judy B.
Get to know insiders who share their experiences
Monitoring disease activity
Navigating grocery stores
Occupational therapy & MS
From Dr. Kalina
One-pot Greek manestra
From Cat S.
Physical therapy & MS
From Nancy D.
Pilates for beginners
Pregnancy & MS
Reading nutrition labels
Science behind making an MS drug
From Dr. Mi
Zumba exercises with Nancy D.
Shrimp pasta with a twist
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Slow-cooker dill salmon
Stationary cardio with Nancy D.
Stocking a healthy kitchen
Stretching exercises with Nancy D.
Sweet potato nachos
Symptom Series: Numbness & tingling
Deconstructed taco salad
Taking charge of my MS
From April M.
Taking your relapsing MS medication
Symptom Series: How to talk about MS pain
The most common MS symptoms
Tips if you’re dealing with memory issues
Tips for aquatic exercise
From Sheryl S.
Tips for common MS symptoms
How I found the right doctor for me
From Chelsey B.
Tips for staying on track
Tips for talking with your doctor
Tofu steaks & vegetables
Tools & games for your mind
Types of MS
Types of relapsing MS treatments
From Dr. Tufeld
Understanding relapsing MS
Upper-body workouts for MS
Vegan banana ice cream
360° approach to wellness
What you may expect from treatment
White chicken chili
Who gets MS?
Why mental exercise may help
Working with your MS nurse
You are beautiful