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Center Without Walls Winter Forum

Center Without Walls Winter Forum
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Nature-Inspired Technology Gives 75-Year-Olds the Balance of a 25-Year-Old

Newly developed shoes help seniors and multiple sclerosis patients walk more easily.
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Obese Girls Much More Likely to Develop Multiple Sclerosis

A new study of 75 kids with MS finds that extremely obese girls may be as much as four times more likely to be diagnosed with the condition as non-overweight girls.
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What Is Brain Preservation?

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Strategies for Staying Well: Meg Balter’s Story

Strategies for Staying Well: Meg Balter’s Story
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5 Ways to Mitigate MS Fatigue

Unless you have MS, it can be hard to understand the overwhelming fatigue that often comes with the condition. Our experts discuss what causes fatigue and how to conserve your energy.
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I Have MS? Dealing With the Diagnosis

That first talk with your doctor after being diagnosed can be tough, but Neil Lava, MD, says most patients go on to do very well.
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Finding a Creative Outlet: Jason DaSilva’s Story

Finding a Creative Outlet: Jason DaSilva’s Story
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Finding Love and Living With MS

Multiple sclerosis doesn’t mean missing out on deeply meaningful life experiences such as finding a partner and having children. Hear how one woman found her happy ever after — even with MS.
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To Fix the Heart, You May Have to Freeze It

When medication doesn't work, surgeons may actually freeze a piece of the heart muscle to stop the arrhythmia called atrial fibrillation, or afib.
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The 'Wheelchair Kamikaze' Conquers New York's Mean Streets

Like many people with progressive MS, Marc Stecker at first resisted getting a wheelchair. Then he discovered his "inner 12-year-old."
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Preparing for the Future: Vincent Pena’s Story

Preparing for the Future: Vincent Pena’s Story
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Is My MS Treatment Working? For Patients, the Answer Is Complicated

Robert Fox, MD, a leading researcher on MS, explains why MS patients may not feel the therapy is working, even if it is.
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Who's at Risk for MS?

Among the risk factors for MS: low levels of vitamin D. In the modern world, that's almost everyone.
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