Stream the Latest Multiple Sclerosis News on MSAA's Podcast

Do you have a long road trip coming up? Looking for something to listen to while you’re cooking or cleaning? Or maybe you just want to stay up to date on the latest MS research. No matter your reason for listening, MSAA’s new podcast is available to stream on all major streaming services!

Relationships & MS

MSAA’s podcast episode, “Exploring Relationships & MS” with Miriam Franco debuted as a part of our 2019 MS Awareness Month campaign in March. Spotlighting MS and the family, this podcast shares insights on fostering healthy relationships for couples living with MS. Miriam Franco, MSW, PsyD, MSCS is a psychologist, social worker, multiple sclerosis specialist, and certified guided imagery practitioner. You can listen to or download this episode on MSAA’s website by clicking here.

Nutrition & MS

“The Impact of Nutrition in Multiple Sclerosis” with Dr. Olga Thon, director of the Multiple Sclerosis and Neuroimmunology Center at Drexel University College of Medicine in Philadelphia, explores various diets that affect MS. Additionally, this podcast episode shares insights on popular vitamins and supplements, and offers suggestions for effective exercises and overall wellness strategies to help better manage MS. If you would like to listen to Dr. Thon’s insights on nutrition, please visit our website here.

Other podcast episodes

In addition to the episodes mentioned, MSAA also offers podcasts about care partner needs, and how MS affects diverse populations. Each podcast episode is available on streaming sites and apps such as Stitcher, TuneIn, Spotify, Google Podcasts, Apple Podcasts, Android, and also on MSAA’s website. You can also sign up to receive notifications and updates from MSAA about future podcast episodes by clicking here.

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