Category: MS

These Parts: Intimacy & MS (Chapter 5) — feat. Dr. Aaron Boster, MD

Original post on Myelin & Melanin Intimacy extends beyond romantic relationships. Today we’re joined by Dr. Aaron …

Diagnosiversary

These women right here, my MS sisters, have never left my side, and although our initial connection was that we all have MS, we could not be more in-tuned with each other if were sisters by blood.

Lifeline

“We all outgrow things, sometimes we outgrow people, and sometimes we need to make changes to ensure the most positive result living our own reality.”

Living life one nap at a time!

I start every morning with four alarms. After snoozing my third alarm, I usually lay in bed, …

Tantrums and Toddlers and Flares, Oh My!

I have MS, and I acknowledge this fact. This disease is debilitating, and some days I question how I can power through this at all. But, nothing trumps having to parent during these times.

Inside the Patient Entrepreneur’s Mind: David Hojah

Managing a chronic illness is challenging, whether it is your own or a loved one’s. Starting and …

On Letting Go + Self Acceptance While Living With Multiple Sclerosis

The Ideal Self is an idealized version of yourself created out of what you have learned from …

Going Digital When You Have MS

ORIGINALLY PUBLISHED ON MS SOCIETY| 07 SEPTEMBER 2018 Technology is so embedded in our everyday lives that I’d …

Leoplus USA Wins Lyfebulb-Celgene 2019 “Addressing Unmet Needs in MS: An Innovation Challenge”

Winner selected for potential of innovation to impact people with multiple sclerosis (MS) and their care partners …

Celgene, Lyfebulb put patient spin on MS innovation challenge

Innovation challenges continue to proliferate in the pharma industry, and Celgene’s is the latest, seeking crowdsourced solutions …