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New research suggests a high-sodium diet may not cause MS progression after all.
Adaptive yoga can reduce some symptoms of MS, as well as relieve the anxiety many people with MS feel.
Even though MS is with you 24/7, there are ways to mentally escape it, even if briefly.
Pilates strengthens and stabilizes the core muscles of the body, potentially improving posture and balance.
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.
Are you having a relapse? Or are you just feeling a little “off” today? Here’s what to do when you’re not sure.
Robert Shuman, a psychotherapist with multiple sclerosis, shares how illness, disabilities, and aging can be used as a path toward personal transformation.
Itching, pain, and crawling sensations on the skin can take a mental and physical toll. Treating these MS symptoms often requires trial and error.
From riding a Segway to experimenting with marijuana for MS pain, blogger Meg Lewellyn lives with MS her own way.
Food and beverage choices can't eliminate MS symptoms, but they can make managing them a little easier.
While research on the effects of acupuncture on MS is limited, some people find it relieves certain MS symptoms.
Pressure sores occur when a person sits or lies in one position for too long. Awareness is the first step toward preventing these sores.
Having trouble swallowing is both frightening and unpleasant, but help is available to make eating and drinking easier.
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