There’s no one-size-fits-all approach to treating MS. That’s why it’s important to share lifestyle factors, side effects, and more with your doctor.
You may not feel like moving every day, but exercise can actually improve symptoms of multiple sclerosis.
Carolyn Deming Glaviano dives into the ways MS impacts her social life, her marriage, and more.
The unpredictable nature of MS can take a toll on your overall quality of life, socially and emotionally. This is especially true if you have to juggle a hectic schedule at your workplace, school, or home.
Injections help make multiple sclerosis flares less frequent and less severe. How exactly do they work, though?