There have been amazing advances when it comes to treatment for multiple sclerosis.
Tiffany Mottola, an instructor at Lincoln Technical Institute, recently had to stop working because of her health.
Minnesota Wild goaltender doesn’t want to be considered the NHL’s only player with multiple sclerosis, he just wants to be recognized for stopping the puck.
Doctors can now recommend medical marijuana for patients with certain conditions.
Police say two people broke into a Westminster home, tied up the disabled homeowner and took off with his cash and his phone.
57 year-old Dave Nowlan is doing the unthinkable; a 3,350 mile bike ride from Encinitas, California to Cape Cod.
Boston has a glut of vacant office space. A survey of downtown office buildings shows a vacancy rate of nearly 18-percent.
Biogen is developing a drug that they hope will ease suffering for a lot of MS patients.
In the spirit of the season, W@R revisits our discussion with Cami Walker, author of 29 Gifts in 29 Days; despite the challenges of MS, Cami has made a career out of giving to others.