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30 Ways to be Visible

Your MS can be invisible to others – even the worst symptoms can’t always be seen – but its effect on your life doesn’t have to be invisible too.
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MS, Depression and mental health professionals

Physicians, physician assistants, and nurse practitioners are trained to identify depression in their patients, and in some cases, treat it.
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4 Dietary Changes May Relieve Some MS symptoms

Many special diets have been proposed as a way to treat and, in some cases, cure MS. None of the claims have been scientifically proven.
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MS and Hearing Problems

While not as common as symptoms like numbness, blurry vision and difficulties walking, hearing problems have been reported.
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Emotions and MS: 5 Ways to Develop Resilience

Just as MS affects the physical health of each person in different ways, it also affects their emotional health in different ways.
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MS and Breathing Problems

While it is not as common as symptoms like numbness and difficulties walking, breathing problems do occur with people living with MS.
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3 Topics to Discuss with the Gynecologist

A gynecologist is an essential member of your healthcare team who can address preventative care and female health issues affected by MS.
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Streamline Your Daily Activities with MS

The key is to work smarter, not harder to make every day more manageable.
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