Community blogs Grab a cup of tea and settle down to hear from people who know MS. Our bloggers write on all sorts of topics, from symptoms to dating, or catheters to the latest on the coronavirus vaccines. Browse our community blogs Search... Sort by: LatestOldest 406 results found Go to first page - page: 1 Previous page Go to first page - page: 1 … Go to page: 19 Go to page: 20 Current page 21 Page 21 of 21 Yoga and MS My name is Derek McCambley, and I was diagnosed with relapsing remitting MS in 2005. Life wi the Broons: whit’s support? The second in a series of blog posts by our Scots writer, Anne Brown. Wintery weather + multiple sclerosis = difficult times While frosted window panes, ice-tipped trees and snowy laneways may be the stuff of a 19th century Currier and Ives painting of winter, they can make living with MS very difficult indeed. What would you tell your newly diagnosed self? In short, what do you wish you had known then? Early signs: a possible MS diagnosis Six weeks ago, on a Friday night I was driving home from work and suddenly had double vision. Life wi the Broons! The first in a series of blog posts by our Scots writer, Anne Brown. 406 results found Go to first page - page: 1 Previous page Go to first page - page: 1 … Go to page: 19 Go to page: 20 Current page 21 Page 21 of 21 Browse all our blogs Research blog Get the latest research news and opinions from our research teams up and down the UK. Campaigns blog We're speaking up for MS on the issues that matter. Read the latest on welfare, employment and access to MS treatments. Fundraising blog Read inspirational stories from our bakers, walkers, photographers and runners. Get their top tips on how you can stop MS.