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Multiple Sclerosis

Behind the Diagnosis

I generally try to avoid obsessing about doctors, medical visits and hospital stays (both on the blog and in real life!), because life is so much more than just a diagnosis. Daphne Xiao is a medical student, soon to be…
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Exercises for people with MS

A new resource from the Multiple Sclerosis Trust (UK): Exercises for people with MS. When Exercises for people with MS was launched in 2004 it was the first publication designed to build on the evidence that exercise was good for…
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Reality Check, Anyone?

In the absence of a dramatic relapse, it seems to take me weeks to recognize a downturn. And the thing that should really tip me off is my sudden inability to exercise. But no. I spend weeks berating myself for…
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Exercising with MS

Here’s a good, basic, article from United Spinal: Exercising With Multiple Sclerosis: It’s Not Rocket Science One mistake that many people make when they start exercising regularly—whether it’s lifting weights, circuit training, or performing cardio—is focusing on what everyone else…
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Goofy Things You Read about MS

From today’s paper: On Labor Day that year Clark’s sister was able to talk her through an attack, which was brought on by the stress of planning to go away for the weekend. After that, she was able to stop…
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