September 2015

How Modelling Disease Could Help Us Understand MS

Multiple Sclerosis researchers have very limited access to active MS tissue samples. So how can we better understand the disease? Living Like You Blogger Eric explains the pros and cons to modelling the disease.

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Eric Downer
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Eric Downer

How One MS Walk Made Me Cry…Tears of Joy

Participating in her hometown MS Walk helped Living Like You blogger, Gabriella, find the beauty in being a part of something important.

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Gabriella Mammone
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Gabriella Mammone

Wheels Up! Life Hacks for Air Travel

Living Like You Blogger Willeke shares MS Life Hacks that can make air travel less stressful and more enjoyable.

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Be Heard! Why Our Role in Making Healthcare Decisions Matters

Living Like You bloggers take on the impact of healthcare-decision making on people living with multiple sclerosis.

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Declan Groeger
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Declan Groeger

You Are Not Alone: The Value of Peer Support

For Living Like You blogger, Declan, camaraderie and support is found in two distinct places: peer groups and online resources.

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Declan Groeger
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Declan Groeger

Could an Ancient Virus Cause MS?

We look at the possible connection between the Epstein-Barr virus and multiple sclerosis.

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Stop and Smell the Roses: Remembering to be Thankful with MS

When you’re living with multiple sclerosis, it can be hard to remember to be grateful for the little things. Living Like You Blogger Birgit Bauer offers her advice.

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Birgit Bauer
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Birgit Bauer

MS Symptoms We Don’t Talk About…Like Sensory Pain

Many MSers deal with sensory problems, including Living Like You blogger, Willeke. Check out her thoughts on these lesser known symptoms and how she copes.

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Multiple Sclerosis, a Car Accident and Social Media: Three Experiences That Taught Me One Lesson

Multiple Sclerosis, a Car Accident and Social Media: Three Experiences That Taught Me One Lesson

Living Like You blogger, Jamie Tripp Utitus, shares her story about the impact a car accident, her multiple sclerosis and social media had on her.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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