August 2015

Real-Life Tips for Staying Positive When Leaving the Workforce

Leaving your job because of your MS? You’re not alone. Living Like You blogger Willeke shares her advice for how to move forward.

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Everyone’s Talking Big Data… But it’s Nothing New in MS

Big data is all the rage, but is it new for multiple sclerosis research? We take a look at the facts.

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My Multiple Sclerosis and I Had a Fight Today

Living with MS can feel like a nasty fight, like when symptoms threatened to complicate Living Like You blogger, Gabriella’s overbooked week.

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Gabriella Mammone
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Gabriella Mammone

So You Want to Sweat? 8 Life Hacks for Staying Fit with MS

Working out is great, but sometimes the logistics get in the way of a good sweat session. Check out a few of our favourite #MSLifeHacks you can use to create a fitness routine.

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Trusting the Internet: The Do’s and Don’ts of Researching MS Online

You can’t believe everything you see and read on the Internet. Living Like You blogger, Birgit, takes us behind the scenes to explain what to look for when you’re researching for tips and information about multiple sclerosis online.

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Birgit Bauer
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Birgit Bauer

My Cosmetic Crossroad: Is it Time to Say Goodbye to Wrinkles?

Getting older is hard. Especially when you add the stress of living with multiple sclerosis to the mix. But why should we let the stress show on our faces? Living Like You blogger Jamie discusses her feelings on saying farewell to wrinkles.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus

Trigeminal Neuralgia: Two Words, One Very Challenging Source of Pain

Willeke Van Eeckhoutte, a Living Like You blogger, takes us behind the scenes to talk about her experience with living with trigeminal neuralgia, a condition sometimes common among people living multiple sclerosis that results in chronic pain in the trigeminal nerve of the face.

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“I Have MS, but MS Does Not Have Me.” Depends on You.

“I Have MS, but MS Does Not Have Me.” Depends on You.

Living Like You blogger, Jamie Tripp Utitus, shares what this expression means to her.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus

The Truth Behind Your Cup of Coffee: Can It Really Lower Risk of MS?

Could coffee lower your multiple sclerosis risk? Read more at Living Like You.

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