With 2.5 million people around the world – around 1 million of them Americans – diagnosed with MS, we think that having the entire month of March dedicated to MS Awareness is something to celebrate. Read More
If you, or someone you love, suffers from MS, you’ll be well versed in the varied and challenging symptoms of this chronic neurological disease with no cure. Neuropathic pain, vision loss, fatigue, and balance issues are just some of the symptoms, and everyone with MS has a unique experience. Read More
Many of us have heard about MS and know that it’s a neurological condition, but don’t know much more than that until someone close to us is affected.
MS is the most common disease of the central nervous system and affects 1 in 1,000 people. This means that there are almost 1 million people in the US living with MS.
Let’s look at 3 facts we bet you didn’t know about MS and 3 ways to stay positive through your MS journey. Read More
It was National Sisters Day recently, a time to celebrate the unique bond between sisters. It got us thinking about the two sisters we know who share an unbreakable bond.Â
Sure, we bet that Kelly Ann and Christine used to fight over clothes and toys back in the day â€“ donâ€™t all sisters? But sisters always have the otherâ€™s back, and today their relationship is pretty special. After all, sisters are forever. Read More