A magical experience
16 May 2014
Karen Walker took part in a skydive for the MS Trust in December last year along with a group of her friends who all have MS. Here she tells us how they went from meeting on an MS course in Sheffield to climbing 13,000ft together in a light aircraft!
Going boldly through the blue
20 February 2014
When Liz Hilland from Country Durham found out she had multiple sclerosis in 1999 she knew very little about it and feared it was an end to the life she knew. Since then she become involved in raising funds and awareness to help others understand more about MS and show that...
18 February 2014
MS nurses Pauline Shaw and Debbie Quinn provide tips for keeping your skeleton healthy and strong.
Vitamin D update
13 February 2013
Vitamin D (vitamin D3) is created in the skin when exposed to ultraviolet B radiation in sunlight. In the UK, between May and September, about 20 to 30 minutes a day spent outdoors in direct sunshine in the middle of the day will meet...
Neuropathic pain - the 'invisible illness'
9 August 2012
Neuropathic or nerve pain is an invisible but debilitating symptom of multiple sclerosis. A pain consultant writes about how this can be managed.
Disability Law Service
1 November 2009
People with MS may face a range of legal problems as a consequence of having multiple sclerosis and it can sometimes be difficult to know whether they have any legal rights they can assert to resolve these problems. This is where the...