People with MS are learning to improve their balance, stability and mobility through novel approaches such as virtual reality, Nintendo Wii games and skill training that can not only be more fun, but may also be more effective. Have you found one of these techniques works for you?
People with MS are learning to improve their balance stability and mobility

MS Connection Discussion: Using virtual reality or Wii games to improve balance & mobility

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Jil Kenney
Kate Davis
It’s National Volunteer Week! See how our volunteers are changing the world for people living with MS and learn how you can get involved: [ Ntl.ms Link ]. #NVW
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Jane Preston Branham
Manuela Rees-Clark
Pets and service animals can make life with MS a bit easier – emotionally and physically.
Pets and service animals can make life with MS a bit easier – emotionally and physically

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Peter Berman
Greg Lockrey
Melissa Prine
Are you at Walk MS this morning? Share your photos!
Are you at Walk MS this morning Share your photos
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Misty Hughes Persico
Kendra Smith
This weekend, people will gather across the country for the March for Science to encourage the federal government to continue robust funding for research for MS and other diseases. Research is critical to accelerate breakthroughs that will change the world for people with MS. You can find out more about the March for Science here:
This weekend people will gather across the country for the March for

March For Science

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Lisa Hall
Billy Meyer
When Dave’s daughter, Amy, was diagnosed with MS in 2006, more than 20 years after his wife Barb was diagnosed, he said, “The good news – treatments became available that were so much more effective than when Barb was diagnosed, thanks in large part to the efforts of the National MS Society and their fight for the cure.”

With the help of his nephew, Kyle Schwarber of the World Series...
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When Daves daughter Amy was diagnosed with MS in 2006 more than

Kyle Schwarber Auction

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Kyle Riley
Eric Bauche
Deborah Grahovac Hansen
Finding Mr. or Ms. Right isn’t always easy. Check out these dating tips from people who are living with MS, so you not only survive the dating scene, but thrive. Have some of your own tips? Share below!
Finding Mr or Ms Right isnt always easy Check out these dating

Finding love when you have MS - Momentum Magazine Online

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Lindsey Atwood
Mandee Rose
#TipTuesday: Have you added physical activity – yoga or other non-cardio or cardio exercise – into your routine? Share your tips on what you’ve found works for you!
TipTuesday Have you added physical activity yoga or other noncardio or cardio

MS and Physical Activity Discussion

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Lysa Chapman Burns
Lisa Hayden Secan
Tammy Barr
After two years of vision problems and balance issues, John Platt was diagnosed in 2005 with multiple sclerosis. Despite the complications that come with long-distance running, today he's competing in the Boston Marathon in the mobility-impaired division. Thank you, John, for being an inspiration to many living with MS! #MotivationMonday
After two years of vision problems and balance issues John Platt was

'Different type of runner’s high': Moon resident takes on Boston Marathon — with an added challenge

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Kim Christensen
Emma Moody
Ivette Magaly Dones-Figueroa
It's walk, walk, walk as Walk MS events dominate weekends all across the country. Now until November when our final Walk MS events are held, the Society will engage nearly 300,000 participants! Will you be one of them? [ Ntl.ms Link ]
Its walk walk walk as Walk MS events dominate weekends all across
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Clare Hearnden
Christopher Nancy Rozelle
MS research news: A team of collaborators at Duke University, the University of Texas Medical Branch, Case Western Reserve University and the University of California, Berkeley identified a new interaction between genes – one previously known and one not previously suspected – that may alter immune activity and increase the risk of getting MS.

Pinpointing and understanding “MS genes” will...
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MS research news A team of collaborators at Duke University the University

Collaborators Uncover New Interaction Between Genes That Increases the Risk of Getting MS

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“As a person who has MS, what could you not live without?” – Trevis L. Gleason's Life With MS
As a person who has MS what could you not live without

With MS, Hope Is the One Thing I Couldn’t Live Without

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Katrina Rowe
Valerie Jenkins
Attention baseball fans! Signed memorabilia from the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago Cubs is up for auction benefiting the MS Society. Chicago Cubs player Kyle Schwarber has an aunt and cousin living with MS. Learn more and find out how to place a bid: [ Ntl.ms Link ]
Attention baseball fans Signed memorabilia from the 2016 World Series Champion Chicago
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Corey Mackey
Jena Oliveros Kahue
"Our identities naturally change over time. But sometimes life throws up roadblocks that force us to make difficult changes whether we’d like to or not. By being honest with what we can control and what is ultimately important to ourselves, we can come out stronger and more resilient individuals from it."
Our identities naturally change over time But sometimes life throws up roadblocks

Bounce Back: MS Connection

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Ronan Guinan
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Non-cardio exercises, including yoga and seated stretches, can help positively manage your MS symptoms and promote your overall health. Join our webinar Tuesday, April 11, to learn how these exercises can increase your quality of life, crease the risk of secondary medical problems, and help improve many MS symptom. You’ll also learn a variety of strategies to safely incorporate them into your...
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Noncardio exercises including yoga and seated stretches can help positively manage your

Yoga & Non-Cardio Exercises: Your Allies in Managing MS Symptoms

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Rajeev Arora
Bonnie Rose Thieman
Carlota Vazquez Lowell
An inspiring moment this morning at Walk MS! #TogetherWeAreStronger #WalkTogether
An inspiring moment this morning at Walk MS TogetherWeAreStronger WalkTogether
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Gary Pihowich
Diane Nelson
Wellness comes in many forms, including physical, occupational, social, emotional, intellectual and spiritual components. Each plays a role in living your best life with MS.
Wellness comes in many forms including physical occupational social emotional in

The many dimensions of wellness - Momentum Magazine Online

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“When my older brother Ryan was diagnosed with MS, his fight became the fight of all the people around him. He captained Team Blitz the following year, and used his relentless spirit to champion the MS Society. I walk to support him, the society that came to his aide on multiple fronts, and spread Ryan's contagious optimism to others undergoing the toll any disease can take.” ~ Ross Asdourian,...
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It's #NationalWalkingDay – the perfect day to tag your friends and ask them to join your Walk MS Team!
Its NationalWalkingDay the perfect day to tag your friends and ask them
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Cathy Sikes
Denith McNicolls
Non-cardio exercises, including yoga and seated stretches, can help positively manage your MS symptoms and promote your overall health. In particular, there is growing research on the disease-modifying effects of yoga, in addition to its profound impact on physical, mental, emotional, and spiritual well-being. Best of all, these activities are accessible to everyone of all abilities. With some...
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Noncardio exercises including yoga and seated stretches can help positively manage your

Yoga & Non-Cardio Exercises: Your Allies in Managing MS Symptoms

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Rae Toole
Wendie Jayne Childs