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Conserving Energy with MS

Nearly 80 percent of the people living with MS experience fatigue: an overwhelming sense of tiredness that can be debilitating.
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Author, neurologist has a ‘gut’ reaction to MS

Research has discovered that the quality of the bacteria in our gut seems to (literally) regulate autoimmunity.
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8 Questions to Help Evaluate Health News Online

Thanks to the Internet, the latest news about MS spreads quickly. Because anyone can publish on the World Wide Web, readers should be cautious.
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Charting key to MS patient advocacy

Wouldn’t it be nice if your chart could follow you everywhere? Well mine does, and yours can too.
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MS and Walking Difficulties

Difficulty in walking, referred to as gait disorders, is one of the more common symptoms reported among people with MS
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20 Things People say that are Wrong about MS

We’ve taken the most common myths you’re likely to hear after diagnosis and then we’ve set the record straight. Share to make others aware!
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9 Strategies to Deal with Cognition Problems

Dealing with changes in memory and thought processing isn’t always easy, but minimizing the effects can improve quality of life.
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12 Steps to Help You ‘Think You Can’

If you have MS and follow research findings about what helps manage the disease, you might have heard about self-efficacy. So what is self-efficacy?
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