Medical ID for MS
Debra Robert
Debra Robert
April 16, 2019
"I’d never considered wearing a medical ID for MS, but now I'm glad I do." Debra talks about why she wears a medical ID and how it can be helpful.

Latest Awareness Content

ms numbness

How to Cope With MS Numbness and Tingling

When you have MS numbness and tingling can become so uncomfortable they begin to interfere with daily life. Learn about controlling these symptoms here.
by Angela Finlay on November 6, 2018
MS and Depression

How to Fight Back Against MS and Depression

MS and depression often go together – up to half of all people with MS will meet the criteria for a diagnosis. Learn more about why, and getting help.
by Eric Patterson on October 29, 2018
Symptoms of MS

What Are the Most Common Symptoms of MS?

Common symptoms of MS may include fatigue, pain, sight and swallowing difficulties, numbness, and more. Learn more about MS symptoms here.
by Abigail Budd on October 2, 2018
MS Triggers

Five Common MS Triggers and How to Avoid Them

MS can strike us down when we’re least expecting it, but there are certain things known to cause a flare-up. Learn about MS triggers and how to avoid them.
by Abigail Budd on September 26, 2018
What Does MS Pain Feel Like?

What Does MS Pain Feel Like?

"What does MS pain feel like?" Debra explains what it's like to experience MS pain physically, emotionally and mentally.
by Debra Robert on September 5, 2018
MS Fatigue

Why Multiple Sclerosis Makes You Fatigue

MS fatigue is a difficult symptom to understand and cope with. Find out how to manage MS fatigue and improve your energy level with these tips.
by Abigail Budd on August 21, 2018
What Is MS?

A Guide to Understanding What Multiple Sclerosis Is

What is MS? Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a chronic condition that can affect your brain, spinal cord, and the optic nerves in your eyes.
by Abigail Budd on August 7, 2018
MS and Stress

How to Cope With Daily Stress and Multiple Sclerosis

MS and stress are directly related – stress makes MS symptoms worse, which causes more stress, etc. Try some of these techniques to break the cycle.
by Brenda Vanta on July 24, 2018
African Americans and MS

How Does MS Affect African Americans?

There is so much more to learn about African Americans and MS, and even more to learn about how the role of ethnicity plays in MS risk.
by Erica Wilson on June 20, 2018
Is ms hereditary

Is Multiple Sclerosis Hereditary?

Is MS hereditary? Genetics do play a role, but having a relative with MS doesn't necessarily mean you will develop the condition as well.
by Erica Wilson and Ms. LaWana on May 17, 2018