All Videos

Filter by:

multiple sclerosis

Why Do So Many People With MS Experience Fatigue?

The reasons behind MS fatigue aren’t fully understood, but neurologist Mill Etienne, MD, MPH, explains what could be contributing to it.
00:00:51
multiple sclerosis

In Terms of Disparities, What Has Changed Over the Past 10 Years in MS Diagnosis and Treatment?

In spite of a better understanding of the prevalence of MS among Black and Hispanic Americans, access to specialist care is still limited.
00:00:49
multiple sclerosis

How Can Someone Identify New or Worsening MS Symptoms?

MS can cause a broad variety of symptoms. Neurologist Mill Etienne, MD, MPH, lists some of the common ones that should prompt you to see your doctor.
00:00:44
multiple sclerosis

Why Is It Important for People of Color to Join Clinical Trials for MS?

Doctors need to know more about how MS treatments affect people of color, as well as what barriers to care they may be facing.
00:00:54
multiple-sclerosis

Feeling You Belong During MS Visits

When you walk into your MS checkup, feeling comfortable in your environment can have a huge impact on your health. Dr. Mill Etienne explains why.
alt00:02:56
multiple sclerosis

Explaining MS Symptoms: It’s All in the Details

MS patient advocate Ricky gets tips from a doctor on how to be as specific as possible when communicating your MS symptoms to your care team.
alt00:02:32
multiple sclerosis

Deserving MS Treatment as a Black Man

According to Dr. Mill Etienne, it’s important to put your pride aside and speak up about your experiences with MS — and doing so can actually improve treatment outcomes.
alt00:01:56
multiple sclerosis

MS on the Job: How Your Doctor Can Help

While your doctor can help you achieve your goals and maintain your livelihood while managing MS, Ricky shares how he’s also found purpose with the MS community.
alt00:02:43
Multiple Sclerosis Communities Within Communities

Unmet Needs: An Unfortunate Side Effect of MS on Care Partners

Fear, anger, guilt — there’s a range of real, raw emotions that come with caring for someone who has MS. But you don’t have to go it alone.
alt00:07:29
Multiple Sclerosis Communities Within Communities

You Don’t Know Me: How MS Symptoms Impact How You’re Perceived

MS symptoms like fatigue, brain fog, and walking issues can be misinterpreted by others and further complicate what life is like for Black people with MS.
alt00:06:42
Multiple Sclerosis Communities Within Communities

MS Support Groups: Black Representation Matters

Joining a support group, especially one with other people who look like you, can help you feel less alone with MS.
alt00:07:09
Multiple Sclerosis Communities Within Communities

MS as a Black Person: You’re Not Alone

While MS was long believed to be a ‘white person’s disease,’ newer research says it is just as common in Black people.
alt00:06:10
Multiple Sclerosis Communities Within Communities

When MS Enters Relationships: The Care Partner Perspective

When a loved one is diagnosed with MS, everyone’s lives change in unexpected ways. For the MS care partner, these are choices and, often, sacrifices.
alt00:07:11
multiple sclerosis

Why Do People With MS Need to be Careful About Getting a Flu Shot?

People with multiple sclerosis have good reason to get the flu shot every year, because the disease and certain MS treatments can leave them vulnerable to complications, says Purvi S. Parikh, MD, of NYU Langone Health.
alt00:00:44
multiple sclerosis

We Tried It: A Cooling Vest for MS

Overheating can temporarily worsen MS symptoms. We asked Chrichelle Fernandez to try out this cooling vest. (Spoiler alert: She loved it!)
00:00:49
multiple sclerosis

What Can People With MS Teach Us?

The host and attendees of the 2022 Race to Erase MS gala say what they’ve learned from people with MS or what they can teach, as a person who has MS.
00:01:03
multiple sclerosis

Race to Erase MS 2022

Each year, Race to Erase MS hosts a celebrity-studded gala event to raise funds for MS research. Meet founder Nancy Davis and some of her guests, and learn why finding a cure for MS is close to their hearts.
00:03:21
alt00:12:52
multiple sclerosis

The Top Innovations in Health Tech #CES2020

The Top Innovations in Health Tech #CES2020
alt00:04:48
multiple-sclerosis

My Faith Helps Me Cope

alt00:00:53
multiple-sclerosis

What Causes the Mental Exhaustion of MS?

What Causes the Mental Exhaustion of MS?
alt00:02:52
multiple sclerosis

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.
alt00:02:33
multiple-sclerosis

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."
00:02:48
multiple-sclerosis

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.
alt00:02:35
multiple sclerosis

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.
alt00:01:13
xxfseo.com