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Multiple Sclerosis Holiday Gift Guide – 2013

  I can’t believe it’s that time already – time to make that list and check it twice . . .   To help alleviate some of the guess work – and to help those who are receiving the gifts get what they can really use and enjoy – I asked the FUMS community to […]

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Carbs and Sugar and Grains, Oh My!

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I’ve watched this conversation develop over the last couple of years.  I’ve wanted it to go away.  I’ve ignored it.  I’ve denied it.  I’ve scowled at it.  I LOVE breads and crackers and candy and cakes and cookies and all of those things that I grew up equating with love.  They taste good.  They make […]

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Helpful Apps for Multiple Sclerosis

  Apps – or applications – can be fun.  They can be helpful.  They can be downright lifesaving.  I put out the call for the most helpful apps that our readership uses to help in their life with MS.  Here’s the top 5: MS Journal — this app, created for MS patients and caregivers, helps […]

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CCSVI – Cure or Quackery?

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Like most of my MS compatriots, I have been known to surf the net looking for some recently unearthed “cure” or ancient answer to the mystery that is Multiple Sclerosis.  It’s usually late at night when I can’t sleep and am in too much pain to be alone with my thoughts – or when I’m […]

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MS Gets on My Nerves

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  It’s World MS Day – but what does that mean, exactly.  Well, it was started to raise awareness of Multiple Sclerosis throughout the world.  And I think it has succeeded.  If you read all the stories today on the various news and blog sites, there are programs going on in 75+ countries today to […]

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