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Living and Learning with Relapsing MS

"Life Hacks" for MSers

“Life Hacks” are a popular internet trend right now. They are basically any trick or shortcut that makes life a little easier. People living with MS are definitely in need of some life... READ MORE
Seven Incredible Resources I Found for the Multiple Sclerosis Community

Multiple Sclerosis and Jealousy

I recently wrote an article about the loneliness that those of us with MS or other chronic illnesses can experience. After talking with readers who also encounter this loneliness, I realized that... READ MORE

Identity Thief

Everyone can look back 5 years and say wow I was so different then. We can all remember the things we did years ago that we are not able to do now.... READ MORE
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Is it an MS Relapse or a Pseudoexacerbation?

The symptoms of MS – muscle weakness, tingling, muscle spasms, or vision difficulties – suddenly appear again: but is it a relapse or a pseudoexacerbation? Pseudoexacerbation sounds like it’s a fake or... READ MORE
Handicapped Parking

Handicapped Parking

A topic that comes up over and over in a variety of places on the web where people with Multiple Sclerosis gather and compare notes is the handicapped parking placard.  You know... READ MORE
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Some Of The Weirder MS Symptoms

Multiple Sclerosis is a disease that can cause a huge number of different symptoms that often vary from person to person.  We talk often about the “common” ones like fatigue, pain, temperature... READ MORE

Clinical Trial Participation

Every clinical trial is designed to look at a specific population, so each participant is required to have certain traits (eligibility criteria) in order to take part in the study.1,2 Eligibility for... READ MORE
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