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Wheelchairs in Flight

Using a wheelchair should never keep you from traveling.
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Wheelchairs for MS Patients

If a wheelchair is part of your life, you should understand the various parts and how they help you.
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Strolling in Style

Darlene Borland is not a dull woman. So, after MS affected her gait in her late 30s, she cringed at the idea of carrying a boring cane.
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Destination Europe

With its mix of traditional villages, palaces and countryside, historical sites and new technology, Europe has much to offer.
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A Consumer's Guide to Conversion Vans

For the most part, I am happy with my van. It allows me to go where I want to go – but next time, I’d do a few things differently.
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The Relationship Between Depression and MS

Depression is a common condition that appears in the MS population. It affects quality of life and is linked to worsened disease outcome.
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The Americans With Disabilities Act at Work

Although in most cases, it is agreed that MS is a disability under the ADA, MS does not automatically qualify as a disability.
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Disclosing MS in the Workplace

Whom do you tell about your illness? When is it appropriate to disclose this information? How much do you tell and how do you tell it?
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