Teens with MS Face Unique Set of Challenges

How Teens with MS Face a Unique Set of Challenges Women are more than twice as likely to develop Multiple Sclerosis as men. Multiple Sclerosis usually affects people between the ages of 20 and 50 years, and the average age of onset is approximately 34 years. Multiple Sclerosis can affect children and teens (pediatric MS).  I was 17 when I was diagnosed with Remitting-Relapsing Multiple Sclerosis (RRMS) in 1987. Back then MS was not very well known, and the Internet…

Healthy – What Does Healthy Mean?

What does Healthy mean? Healthy means having good health. Is the opposite of sick, but also can mean “doing well” in a general sense. Each of us strive to be healthy.   But many of us have illnesses, chronic disease, auto-immune disorders or just symptoms that appear out of nowhere and don’t know where they came from. So, you call your Dr. to evaluate what’s going on and he/she prescribes you medication to treat the “symptom”. Not considering what is…