Laughter is the Best Medicine
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This College Cheerleader Won’t Let MS Stop Her from Being an Athlete
Diagnosed as a teenager, Sidney Sterling has been the University of Miami cheer captain for three years, despite being told by a doctor that cheerleading — let alone going to college — would be a stretch. Here’s how she keeps reaching for her dreams, despite her serious diagnosis.
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Multiple Sclerosis Etiquette Guide. MS Infographic.
Our MS Etiquette Guide is for people without Multiple Sclerosis to help them understand the condition and provide simple information to raise awareness.
I’m Aware, Alright: One Man’s Take on MS Awareness Month
With March now over, we've said goodbye to MS Awareness Month. But many, including author Doug Ackerman, remain all too aware of MS every minute of every day.
The 4 Types of MS: What Are They?
The four types of multiple sclerosis are clinically isolated syndrome, relapsing-remitting MS, primary-progressive MS, and secondary-progressive MS. The categories were updated in 2013 to reflect advances in technology and treatment. Read on to learn more about the symptoms and prognosis for each of these types of MS.
Portraits of Progressing Multiple Sclerosis (MS)
Five people with RRMS share how their views of the disease have changed since being diagnosed, and how they have overcome some of the many challenges.
Bike the US for MS team. Biking from Yorktown Va to San Francisco Ca. Raising money for MS. Check out Bike the US for MS on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Thanks team!