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Hi Carole, welcome to the Buzz. This month we're featuring videos on symptom management, a groundbreaking new research development and much more. Sit back and enjoy the latest MS news and stories.

Watch: Exercises for MS symptoms

Research tells us exercise can help you manage common MS symptoms, like fatigue, muscle spasms or balance. So we've created videos tailored to symptoms you've told us you need help with most. You can do them anywhere - even while waiting for the kettle to boil!

Watch the videos →
MS Research

MS researchers identify new switch for brain repair

Groundbreaking new research has found a key molecule in the brain that can help repair damage to myelin. Now researchers are working hard to turn this exciting discovery into new treatments for people with MS.

Find out more →
10 in 10

10in10 to raise money for research

MS Superstars Yvonne and Duncan Booth’s annual hike in the beautiful Lake District have raised £341k for MS Research far. They are looking for people to take on 10 peaks in 10 hours, or 5 peaks in 5 hours, in June. Or, try their new entry-level event, the Family 5in5 in September. 

Sign up to the challenge →

‘Life can be better than it was before’

Nic Haste of Pixiwoo is one of YouTube’s biggest names. She talks to us about coming out with MS, juggling MS and being a working mum, and how exercise helps her feel good.

Read Nic's story →

Getting back into exercise

Scott was diagnosed with relapsing MS 2 years ago. After his diagnosis he found exercise difficult. Now he’s found new ways to get active. Read his blog on what motivates him. 

Read Scott's story →
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