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Weakness Weakness

Outcome Expectations and Physical Activity

This article seeks to explore the physical, social, and self-evaluative dimensions of outcome expectations for physical activity among persons with longstanding MS.

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Practical Neurology

Practical Neurology

This newly published reference provides clearly written, clinical information by outlining the current MS subtype categories, most current disease-modifying therapies and emerging therapies.  This is the ideal resource if you are looking for a quick way to find updated information in one place.

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What People Are Talking About: Medical Marijuana

What People Are Talking About: Medical Marijuana

The use of medical marijuana is increasing and may help people with certain conditions or diseases.

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Rehabilitation Rehabilitation

Rehabilitation Interventions for the Management of Multiple Sclerosis Relapse

Rehabilitation likely plays a role in managing a relapse and in optimal recovery. Although not everyone who experiences a relapse will require rehabilitation, strategies in addition to drug therapy are needed to decrease residual disability after an MS relapse.

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Physical Activity Physical Activity

Relationships Among Physical Inactivity Deconditioning, and Walking Impairment in Persons With Multiple Sclerosis

Problems with walking are common if you have MS and can affect your ability to perform daily activities and remain employed as well as your quality of life.

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Fatigue Fatigue

Perceived Impact of a Self-Management Program for Fatigue in Multiple Sclerosis

Fatigue in MS is reported to be one of its most debilitating symptoms, affecting personal, family, and community participation.

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Emotional Health
Emotional Health

The Need for Mental Health Care Among Informal Caregivers

MS can have impacts not only on the person with the disease, but also on the family and care partners.

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