By Emily Downward - November 12, 2017
Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic, progressive condition that affects the central nervous system. As MS causes damage to the nerves, it can cause a disruption in how a person moves, thinks,... READ MORE

By Calie Wyatt - November 9, 2017
My main Multiple Sclerosis symptoms are scarce, thankfully. For me, these symptoms include fatigue and lassitude, muscle weakness and occasional pain. Arm and leg weakness is something I want to focus on... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - November 5, 2017
No, I’m not talking about having multiple sclerosis passed genetically. Although we know that some people are more genetically predisposed to contracting MS than other people. There is a different type of gene... READ MORE

By Ashley Ringstaff - November 3, 2017
I’ve been speaking with others that live with Multiple Sclerosis, or a similar illness… about certain things that we deal with frequently; that isn’t really spoken about as “main topics” for the... READ MORE

By Emily Rhoades - November 2, 2017
Oh, don’t worry, Friend…I can hear your skepticism about the title of this post. “Are you nuts? MS? Funny?” Here’s the thing: I can’t minimize the pain, the loss, and the frustration that comes... READ MORE

By Laura Kolaczkowski - October 30, 2017
The National MS Society presented their most recent estimate (prevalence) of people with MS in the United States at the European Committee for Treatment and Research in MS. The number everyone has... READ MORE

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