Living with MS: One Family’s Solution to Enjoying Life Events Again

Dave was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis in 1999 and for the first few years, he was able to go about his everyday life without the use of any assistive devices. When his symptoms began to progress in 2005, he went from using a cane to a wheelchair within a span of five years. Wheel:Life chatted […]

Connecting with a Peer Support Group in Your Community

It takes time to adjust to using a wheelchair, no matter why you're using one.  Having a friend who has already rolled a mile in your shoes can help make the journey a little smoother.  That's why Wheel:Life encourages all of our readers to get involved in a peer support group in their local community. According to the National Spinal […]

Professional Golfer Heather Drew Defies Odds Against Multiple Sclerosis

Editor's Note: With this week being MS Awareness Week, we wanted to share the story of a professional athlete who is overcoming the symptoms and stigma of Multiple Sclerosis in her everyday life.  Please join us in celebrating Heather Drew's achievements! The game of golf has played a very important role in my life since […]

Vitamin D Shines Light on Multiple Sclerosis

We all remember the days of the Flintstone vitamin craze, but how else have vitamins progressed over time? Well not much at all really, they still look, act and taste the same. However, what has progressed is the research and knowledge that recently has been brought to the forefront of what the right vitamins can […]

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