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8 Tips for Aging Well When You Have MS

8 Tips for Aging Well When You Have MS

Aging well requires adjustments and adaptations. When you have multiple sclerosis, taking advantage of available assistance can make a big difference....
What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

What MS Symptoms Really Look Like Inside the Body

How do you explain the invisible symptoms of MS to people who've never experienced them? This 3D model shows MS inside the body.
6 Skills for Living Well With Multiple Sclerosis

6 Skills for Living Well With Multiple Sclerosis

Multiple sclerosis is known for being unpredictable, but these six skills can help you meet new challenges as they arise.
5 Signs It's Time to Look for a New MS Doctor

5 Signs It's Time to Look for a New MS Doctor

Finding a doctor who can give you the best care possible is one of the most important things you can do for yourself when you have multiple sclerosis....
Multiple Sclerosis: How to Talk With Your Doctor About Sex

Multiple Sclerosis: How to Talk With Your Doctor About Sex

Sexual dysfunction is a common symptom of multiple sclerosis. Here's how to talk to your doctor to address — and remedy — these concerns.
How an MS Caregiver's Role May Change Over Time

How an MS Caregiver's Role May Change Over Time

The role of the caregiver for someone living with multiple sclerosis may change as MS symptoms progress.
Your Spouse Was Diagnosed With MS. Now What?

Your Spouse Was Diagnosed With MS. Now What?

When MS affects one partner, it inevitably affects the other. Keeping the lines of communication open can make a big difference.
MS-Related Brain Changes May Affect Social Skills

MS-Related Brain Changes May Affect Social Skills

Study might explain why some multiple sclerosis patients stop understanding what others are feeling.
How to Be a Friend to a Person With MS

How to Be a Friend to a Person With MS

Friendships often suffer when one person develops a chronic condition, but there are ways to continue to be there for your friend.
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