Multiple Sclerosis

Approximately 400,000 Americans have multiple sclerosis, a disease of the central nervous system in which communication between the brain and other parts of the body is disturbed. Read the articles below to learn about MS, how it is diagnosed, treatments, and living with it.

Multiple Sclerosis: Overview and Facts

by Julia Aparicio

Read about the basic facts about multiple sclerosis, including risk factors.

Multiple Sclerosis: Symptoms and Types

by Julia Aparicio

The symptoms of MS can vary greatly, from problems with standing to blurred vision and dizziness. Here we explain the many symptoms and the four types of the disease.

Multiple Sclerosis: Diagnosis and Tests

by Julia Aparicio

Though there are no specific tests to diagnose multiple sclerosis, doctors may conduct a variety of tests to conclude that a person has MS.

Multiple Sclerosis: Living and Managing

by Julia Aparicio

Medications, treatments, and lifestyle changes that can help people living with MS.

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