- Safety of beta interferon
- Children, vitamin D and obesity
- Weight and MS severity
- Brain training and cognition
- Assisted suicide rethink
- Garden for MS
With the summer fast approaching, many people will be thinking about their holiday plans. Maybe you fancy taking in some culture on a city break; perhaps you just want a week of sun, sea and sand in the Med, or maybe you are getting ready to embark on an unforgettable adventure somewhere exotic. Wherever you and your suitcase are heading, it’s always good to be prepared, so here’s some advice on travelling when you have MS.
- Statins for SPMS
- Laquinimod trial unsuccessful
- Clues to MS five years before onset
- Vitamin D and birth month
- Contraceptive safety in MS
- Carers and the impact of MS
John from Crosby is getting ready for a three-day trek through France, Italy and Switzerland across Europe's largest mountain range.
Reports of studies presented at the American Academy of Neurology meeting that took place from 22-28 April 2017. Reports include research into disease modifying drugs for relapsing MS and risk factors for MS.
Maureen has supported the MS Trust for many years, having lived with MS for over 40 years herself. Last autumn, she decided to do a skydive – aged 72 – to fundraise for the MS Trust and she has also left a legacy gift to us in her will
Grab your cape and join us for the brand new Superhero Tri on Saturday 19 August at Dorney Lake, Windsor. Superhero Series founder, Sophia Warner, tells us why she wanted to set up an event that was open to everyone
When Ruth Winden signed up to take part in a Grand Canyon Trek for the MS Trust, she didn’t realise how much of a positive focus it would bring to her life