December 2015

New Year, Same You: Advice on Resolutions from LLY Bloggers

Happy New Year! As we make our way into 2016, we asked our Living Like You bloggers for advice on New Year’s Resolutions.

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What Do Friends and Weather Have in Common?

Living Like You blogger Retha shares what multiple sclerosis has taught her about friendships.

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Retha Sisler
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Retha Sisler

MS and Melatonin: Could Winter Improve Your Symptoms?

We explore the possible connection between colder weather, melatonin and multiple sclerosis.

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I’m My Own Advocate: Protecting Yourself at Work Post-Diagnosis

Living Like You blogger Angela shares tips for protecting yourself at work after a multiple sclerosis diagnosis.

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Angela Brandt
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Angela Brandt

Biography of a Brain

If you have MS, then you probably know more about the inner workings of your brain than most people. Here’s a quick refresher on the cranium in case you missed it.

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Marriage and Multiple Sclerosis: An Interview

Living Like You blogger Declan interviews his wife Jean about the role multiple sclerosis plays in their marriage.

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Declan Groeger
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Declan Groeger

Three Tips for Staying Merry Around the Holidays

Spending time with family around the holidays can be stressful with (or without) multiple sclerosis. Here are our tips for making it through.

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Why Women Are More Likely to Get MS than Men – An Exciting New Clue!

New discovery points to why women are more likely than men to get multiple sclerosis – Living Like You.

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Is Sadness One of Your MS Symptoms? That’s OK

It’s great to stay optimistic when living with MS, but it’s also important to let yourself feel the sadness, sometimes.

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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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Jamie Tripp Utitus
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