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What’s Going On?

Something is! I had to be carted off to the hospital in an ambulance on Thursday of last week. It was either an infection my home-visiting doctor couldn’t spot or the dreaded relapse. She couldn’t diagnose any illness. At the hospital,...Show More Summary

Stair Master: My Hip Flexors Don’t Lie!

What I’m about to write will sound like I am tooting my own horn. I’m not. Really. But something is working for me in my battle to navigate the stairs in our house, something that might help others facing a similar situation. So here goes. Show More Summary

Feeling Good and My Jar of Happiness

“It’s a new dawn, it’s a new day and I’m feeling good.” As I am writing my column this song is playing in my head. I enjoy listening to Nina Simone because her voice is distinctive and telling. Her songs chant her feelings of despair and her desires for better days. Show More Summary

A Wheelchair that Drives Itself

I never thought I’d find a subject for this MS column in the technology magazine Wired. But, what do you know? A recent article suggested that the same technology being used to create self-driving cars could (and should) be used to create self-driving wheelchairs. Show More Summary

Don’t Be a Turkey

Because I come from a retail family — one that, for decades, put in long hours behind cash registers and in stock rooms — Christmas is not a holiday we particularly look forward to arriving. We enjoyed it, when the day came. But often in my youth, we were so tired on ol’ Dec. 25 […] The post Don’t Be a Turkey appeared first on Multiple Sclerosis News Today.

Dara Berger on Doctors Callous Treatment of Autistic Patients

PART TWO, Dara Berger By Anne Dachel Here Dara talks about the attitude of doctors toward these suffering children. In her words, they are “left for dead.” “The medical community is completely failing us parents. “I can’t tell you...

Experienced Florida Pediatrician Offers True Informed Vaccine Consent

Thank you to the Vaxxed team for this video. By Anne Dachel March 31, 2017, FL Pediatrician: ‘Kids Are Sicker Than Ever’ Dr. Cornelia Franz, a Florida pediatrician with over 30 years experience, talked to Polly Tommey about...

Go, Go Avocado!

I don’t normally go in for trends. For example, I don’t own a single pair of skinny jeans. I’ve never tried a Unicorn Frappuccino. I’m not on Instagram or Snapchat. I didn’t participate in the Ice Bucket Challenge. And I refuse to use the words “doggo,” “pupper,” or “woofer” to refer to a canine. Show More Summary

4 Ways to Care for Yourself While Caring for Others

How can you care for your MS when a loved one is ill? You want to be able to care for others despite your own daily struggles. As unpredictable as MS is, what is predictable is that your life will be touched by the illness of others....Show More Summary

How My Life With MS Resembles the Flight of a Songbird

I don’t have a problem falling with my MS; I fall, I get back up, no problem … except, of course, when the fall is the problem. But I try to focus on the time in between the literal and figurative multiple sclerosis (MS) falls in my life. Cherishing My Time Between Falls A slow stretch of the […]

Results in AI for aging research and personal health data management to be presented at Bio-Taiwan

(InSilico Medicine, Inc.) Monday, 19th of May, 2017, Baltimore, MD - Insilico Medicine, a Baltimore-based artificial intelligence company focused on drug discovery, biomarker development and aging research will present new research at Bio-Taiwan in Taipei, Taiwan, June 28-29. Show More Summary

‘MS from the Inside Out’ Uses Virtual Reality to Share What Life for Patients Is Like

Virtual reality (VR) technology is most commonly associated with gaming and entertainment, but it’s expanding into a variety of clinical and healthcare applications. The Ontario-based biopharmaceutical firm EMD Serono, Canada, is now...Show More Summary

Chef Trevis Gleason’s No. 1 ‘Life With MS’ Hack

Most of our long-time readers, and even many who may have recently found us, know that I formerly pursued my professional passions in the culinary field. I was classically trained and worked for many years as a chef. Multiple sclerosis (MS) took away my ability to do the things a chef must do: stand for long […]

World MS Day 2017 Is All About #LifewithMS

Wednesday, May 31, is World MS Day this year. Events are planned — or have already happened — worldwide, and people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) are encouraged to share their life tips (the little things we’ve learned that help us get on with living with our disease) in videos and texts. When sharing your tips on social media, be sure to […]

Make Some Noise: The Importance of Concerts

Pull up a chair, kiddos, and I’ll tell you a sad story. Because we’re both musicians, my husband and I love going to concerts together. We’re on a budget, so we have to be choosy about who we see and where we sit. However, there is a...Show More Summary

An Ad About Risk Misses The One In Plain Sight

Sometimes you just can’t make this stuff up. At least, that’s the thought I was left with this morning when I happened to see a television advertisement touting a particular company’s abilities to apply predictive analytics to ordinary...Show More Summary

39 Years and Counting — on at Least 39 More Great Ones

Last week, I celebrated by 39th birthday. Yes, 39. That’s one year shy of the big 4-0. The last year of my 30s. If life was a rollercoaster ride, I’m about six clicks from the apex; the big plunge awaits me just on the other side. IShow More Summary

Why the Future of Science Is Crucial to the MS Community

Everything around us, and within us, begins with science. Science is important to the future of humanity’s well-being. Science is what makes the world go around. We all think it’s love, but actually, at its core, love begins with chemistry. Show More Summary

Glove with Sensors Measures Spasticity More Accurately than Physicians

A  multidisciplinary team at the University of California at San Diego has come up with a computerized glove used as a sensor to measure spasticity, or stiffness, in the limbs of patients with multiple sclerosis, cerebral palsy, and stroke. Show More Summary

Importance of Elevators for Universal Housing

You might think that the Fair Housing Act required multifamily buildings to have elevators, but no, it doesn’t. A multifamily dwelling of four units that does not have an elevator is not required to have one. However, the ground floor units must be fully accessible (no steps). Show More Summary

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