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Allergy-proof your house
See how to allergy-proof your house with these simple changes and find relief for your symptoms.
Living with multiple sclerosis
Having a chronic condition like multiple sclerosis can be challenging. Learn how you can manage the disease and live well with MS.
Cold or allergy: Which is it?
Learn how to tell the difference between common cold and allergy symptoms.
Is pregnancy safe if you have MS?
Most women's MS symptoms actually lessen or disappear during pregnancy.
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HEALTH TIP OF THE WEEK
Let it snow, but watch the chill
Whether you're playing in the snow or you're knee-deep in a winter workout, the wind can penetrate your clothes and remove the insulating layer of warm air that surrounds your body. Fast motion, such as skiing or skating, also creates wind chill because it increases air movement past your body. If the temperature dips well below 0 F (minus 18 C), choose an indoor activity instead.
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