- Genes and MS risk
- Tecfidera and NEDA
- Early warnings of future MS diagnosis revealed in medical history
- Eating and MS
- Life expectancy measured
- Vehicle leasing affected by benefit changes
- Lemtrada and listeria
Iona Creedon, who was diagnosed with MS 10 years ago, has started a new blog all about gardening and MS called Gardening within liMitS. Here she talks about the inspiration behind it, reveals plans for her own garden, and shares some green-fingered wisdom.
Charlotte from Hampshire explains how a clear out at home kick-started a car boot sale campaign to help others who have MS.
- Ocrelizumab approved in US for relapsing and progressive MS
- Kidney and bladder stone risk
- ADHD in children of women with MS
- Anxiety and the link to depression
- Anxiety and psychosocial factors
- Invisible disability toilet signs
- Trigeminal neuralgia at onset of MS
Sarah took part in the 15-mile Belvoir Challenge walk in memory of her mum who had MS.
First comes the crying and the sleepless nights, then there’s the troublesome toddler years, and then, before you know it, your house is shaking from the door-slamming of a surly teen. Parenthood, whatever stage you’re at, is never easy, and definitely never dull. But when you’re attempting to raise a child while coping with the unpredictability of MS, it throws up a whole new set of challenges. Here are five top tips for juggling parenthood and MS.
Functional electrical stimulation (FES) is a treatment that applies small electrical charges to the leg to improve mobility if you have have difficulties with walking arising from damage in your brain or spinal cord. In this video we talk to our two MS Trust trustees, Sarah Joiner who has MS herself and uses a FES device, and Christine Singleton, who is a clinical specialist physiotherapist .
- Early treatment with disease modifying drugs
- Contraceptives and relapses
- Neurological services declining
- Access to neurologists
- Myelin repair research
- Caroline Wyatt and stem cell therapy
- Daclizumab (Zinbryta) approved in England and Wales
- Delayed acceptance of NICE approved drugs
- Prescription charge rises