Overcoming MS (OMS) is a popular, yet unproven, diet and lifestyle programme for people with MS. And in just under two weeks, on Sunday October 22, you can learn more about it at an OMS conference in Brighton, UK.
Professor George […]
Shocking new figures underline the facts behind a UN committee’s decision to describe UK welfare benefits as a human catastrophe.
And the figures come from the government’s Department for Work and Pensions (DWP). Not that they were provided willingly. The MS […]
Every charity associated with any kind of disease, disorder or other health issue always needs to raise money. This may be used for all-important research, much need care, or raising public awareness.
Multiple sclerosis societies in countries all over the world […]
There are only a limited number of colours, and combinations of them, but there are many health and disability causes. That’s the reason why, for each color, there are a number of charities that use it for their publicity and […]Read More
First, I have a confession to make, I don’t watch soap operas on television but the fact is they do attract huge and often passionate audiences.
They develop different story lines from time to time, and the newest such story in […]
Nominations are being sought for individuals and groups for the U.K.’s MS Society Awards 2017. Organizers say the awards will recognize the stars of the MS community and their contributions during 2016.
While not wishing to denigrate the awards in any […]Read More
Every so often, one company or another decides to change its corporate image and one of the most obvious signs of that is its new logo.
Normally, the introduction of a new corporate identity is because the company concerned wishes to […]
Just the other day, I drew attention to information available for anyone newly diagnosed with multiple sclerosis. As examples, I gave details of literature available in both the USA and the UK.
All well and good but, besides the MS Society […]
People with MS were challenged yesterday, as part of World MS Day 2016, to celebrate all the ways that they maintain their independence and get on with their lives.
By sharing examples of independence from lots of different countries, the Multiple […]
Further to yesterday’s post about Conservative MP Kit Malthouse being told by Andover and Rural branch of the MS Society that it no longer wanted him as their patron, other MPs are now feeling the heat from charitable organisations with […]