Christmas With MS
Abigail Budd
Abigail Budd
December 11, 2018
There’s so much to do before the holidays, but the endless tasks are much harder for people with MS. Find out how to cope during Christmas with MS here.

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MS Research

A Roundup of the Latest MS Research News

The latest MS research suggests that skin cells may be used to treat MS, how sun exposure can reduce your risk for MS, and more.
by Krystina Ostermeyer on March 13, 2018
Vitamin D and Multiple Sclerosis

What’s the Link between MS and Vitamin D?

It is not clear what causes MS but growing evidence suggests vitamin D and MS are linked. Read more about recent studies and the role of Vitamin D in MS.
by Lana Barhum on June 27, 2017
Anniversary Surprise for Wife With MS

Anniversary Surprise for Wife With MS Will Leave You In Tears

Love can conquer anything, and that’s exactly what Carl Gilbertson showed his wife of 10 years, who has MS, for their anniversary.
by Kate Turner on July 29, 2016
Cheryl Hile Aims to be First MSer to Finish 7 Marathons

Woman With MS Aims to Run Marathon on Every Continent

Cheryl Hile is setting out to become the first person with MS to finish seven marathons on seven continents — and she wants to do it all in only 12 months.
by Kate Turner on July 15, 2016
MSers Inspired By Jack Osbourne's Open Letter

MSers Inspired By Jack Osbourne’s Open Letter

"Share your story and let's band together to encourage one another to keep after our dreams," reads Jack Osbourne's open letter about MS.
by Kate Turner on June 14, 2016
HSCT Treatment for MS

HSCT Treatment for MS

Promising research findings show HSCT treatment for MS can reduce disease activity and progression.
by Amy Manley on December 16, 2014
PBA and MS

PBA and MS

Do you have MS? That uncontrollable laughing and crying could be pseudobulbar affect (PBA). PBA and MS often co-exist.
by Eric Patterson on September 2, 2014
Multiple Sclerosis in the News

MS Research News

MS Research News: Researchers are continually learning more about the mysterious and unpredictable disease that is MS.
by Marlene Wallace on July 4, 2014
Could There Be an MS Vaccine?

Could There Be an MS Vaccine?

Scientists are researching using a TB vaccine as an MS vaccine, and early results show it may be able to slow or prevent the development of MS.
by NewLifeOutlook Team on March 11, 2014