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Getting Your MS Under Control

Medically reviewed in May 2020

Multiple sclerosis, or MS, is a disease in which the immune system attacks the protective covering of nerves. In this video, neurologist Vincent Macaluso, MD, shares ways you can take control of your MS to best fit your lifestyle.

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Can Stress Make MS Symptoms Worse?

Learn what research says about the connection between stress, MS, and overall health.
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The Multiple Types of Multiple Sclerosis

Learn about the four different types, or patterns, of multiple sclerosis.
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Get a Good Night’s Sleep With Multiple Sclerosis

Find relief from common MS symptoms—and finally rest easy.

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What Can I Expect If I Have Just Been Diagnosed With MS?

Many people who are newly diagnosed with relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis can expect a long life without disability.
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5 Ways to Reduce Relapse With RRMS

RRMS is the most common form of MS and is characterized by attacks, or relapses, of new and worsening neurological symptoms.