Multiple Sclerosis Awareness Month

March 2017

Honoring Multiple Sclerosis Awareness month —   More than 400,000 Americans are living with multiple sclerosis (MS),  a disabling disease of the central nervous system that disrupts the brain and body connection. With an unknown cause or cure, we encourage everyone to learn more about this disease and support this cause to help improve the quality of life; Not only for those who have this disease but also their loved one who are affected by this as well.

We debut the MSAA: “Changing Lives Monday Through Sunday” video, share this post to help spread awareness.

Hope MS - American Health Council
Using a Virtual Reality for Treatment - Health Council
"Dr. Love"— Teen Accused of Impersonating a Doctor - Health Council
Why You Shouldn't Sell Out to a Hospital - Health Council
Empathy, Patient Care, and you - Health Council
Tips from a Former Smoker - Health Council
HPV Health Awareness - Health Council
Closer Now to an AIDS Free Generation - Health Council
High-Fructose Corn Syrup Impacts Fetal Health - Health Council
Prescribing Opioid Painkiller: Location Makes a Difference - Health Council
Dr. Lynda Szczec: Nephrologist's Tricks for Primary Care Physicians - Health Council
James Allison's Cancer Research Breakthrough - Health Council
What is Zika Virus? - Health Council
The in's and out's of Sciatica - Health Council
Using a Virtual Reality for Treatment - Health Council