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15 Feminist Baby Names For Women's History Month
Dr. Mallory Moss Katz
Commentator and Psychiatric Nurse Practitioner
It is women’s history month and what better way to honor the past by naming the future? The following 15 female names reflect
21 Photos That Capture The Power Of Feminist Friendships
Women supporting women is a beautiful thing.
A Good News Story In A Bad News Time
Hit songwriter of 28 million records, a modern-day Renaissance...
Yes, I Take The Elevator And No, I'm Not Sorry About It
We face disability, disease and mental illness together.
Written by Jamie Hughes I want to justify myself. I want to scream because I shouldn’t have to justify myself. Instead, I
3 Reasons Why An Invisible Illness Is More Dangerous
Cassandra Marcella Metzger
JD, MA, RYT, founder of Wellspring Stones - the online oasis f...
Invisibility presents extraordinary obstacles and risks depending on who is blind to your illness.
A Bone Marrow Reset for MS
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Perceptions and Misconceptions
Single Mom, Blogger, Motivational Speaker, 2X American Ninja W...
Never be afraid to ever say, "I have no idea what you're going through." Try to be someone's perception of light, in an all too often misconceived dim world.
Using Video to Heal
Founder of Current TV, Past President NY Times TV, TheVJ.com
Multiple Sclerosis vs. California's Stem Cell Agency: Disease-a-Week Challenge No.15
Don C. Reed
Sponsor, California’s Roman Reed Spinal Cord Injury Research A...
How long will it be before people with MS get well? No way to know. But there is funding for the research. Because California voters said YES to Proposition 71, the Stem Cells for Research and Cures Act, we have a chance to defeat Multiple Sclerosis.
Driven to Heal: One Man's Road From Diagnosis to a Vibrant Life
Author of the novel FINDING BLUEFIELD, @elanbarnehama
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Two Ways Yoga Can Help Benefit Multiple Sclerosis
Author; Natural Health Expert
The participants' physical and mental abilities were assessed including strength, balance, mobility and quality of life. Iyengar
STYLE & BEAUTY
How Some of London's Biggest Fashion Bloggers Get Ready for the Party Season (VIDEOS)
Despite the festive season coming around again every year and there being countless occasions throughout the year to dress up and attend great parties, it does seem like party season always tends to sneak up on you and catch you in a moment of unpreparedness.
How Giving Back Helps This Man Take Charge Of His Illness
One Couple's Silver Lining After A Devastating Diagnosis
When Dennis Anfuso's wife Linda was told by her doctors that she had muscular dystrophy and a limited number of days left
GPS FOR THE SOUL
4 Reasons I Give Thanks for My MS Diagnosis This Thanksgiving
Mary Joan Cunningham
Health & Wellness Activist; Founder, ThrivewithMS.com
Many of us living with MS feel this exhaustion and thus feel defeated. I chose not to accept defeat, but to just. stop. exhausting. myself.
Inhale Love; Exhale Gratitude
Linda Noble Topf
Inspirational Author, Disability Advocate, Spiritual Coach, Mo...
Gratitude reminds us to find our happiness in everything -- in exceptional things, in mundane things, in good things, in so-so things and even in terrible things.
MS and Sex
Richard M. Cohen
What was so interesting was although there are various urological issues associated with multiple sclerosis, there are specific sexual problems that go hand in hand with deeply troubling urological issues. Most men with MS will experience a urological issue, many of them sexual.
Living in Our Heads
Richard M. Cohen
I have been hit by optic neuritis a handful of times in the last six years. Decades of relative visual stability after a rocky start to my MS journey had lulled me into the silly assumption that I had won the battle and beaten back the neurological invader.
Is This Why Multiple Sclerosis Is More Common In Women?
"It was a 'Bingo!' moment –- our genetic studies led us right to this receptor," senior author and associate professor of
Richard M. Cohen
Those with debilitating illnesses, hardly just MS, fight the battle for self-esteem. Our physical failures challenge our ability to get by each day. That chisels away our pride at who we are and what we do, no matter the arena
Richard M. Cohen
Only 20 patients had been tapped for this spectacular opportunity. My stem cell infusion took place in New York City on a recent frigid winter day, inaugurating the study. I knew a long, thin needle would be inserted into my spinal column and the cells released. I was ready.
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