A fundraiser run by a multiple sclerosis sufferer in Moray is due to return next month.
Selma Blair has revealed her shaved head while marking the end of a course of treatment for multiple sclerosis.
This MS Awareness Week (22-28 April), the MS Trust is calling on people with MS to pop on their pumps and introduce a little activity – big or small – into their daily routine. Staying active doesn’t need to mean running marathons or going to the gym, it’s about doing it at your own level, at your own pace. Doing it YOUR way.
Actress Selma Blair has said she cried with relief when she was diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS).
A series of “game-changing” medications combating a series of severe ailments have been approved for use in Scotland.
A Moray woman diagnosed with multiple sclerosis will feature in a photography exhibition to highlight the loneliness and isolation of people living with the condition.
Mumford and Sons bassist Ted Dwane has spoken of the loneliness of suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) after being inspired to help create an exhibition on the subject by his mother, who has the condition.
Actress Selma Blair has revealed she has been diagnosed with multiple sclerosis (MS).
Photographer hopes exhibition at Moray hospital where she was born will spark talks about its future
A photographer who is hosting an exhibition in a Moray hospital hopes the event will shine a light on the building’s uncertain future.
Family and friends cooked up a feast at the top of Ben Nevis and raised more than £5,000 for the vital stem cell treatment needed for a Lochaber multiple sclerosis sufferer.
Two young men from Ullapool are to cycle the length of the UK to raise funds for charity – wearing dresses.
An Aberdeenshire trio who met each other at a multiple sclerosis treatment centre hope their journey to Mexico for ground-breaking treatment will aid the fight against the disease.
A clinic in Mexico has helped a Lochaber woman lead a normal life again after she received pioneering treatment for relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis.
An Inverness man with a crippling illness has "deferred" his decision to end his own life at a Swiss clinic next month.
On a good day Janet Maclaren is accepting of the cards she has been dealt in life, or as she likes to put it, "a really rotten hand" which she has no choice but to face.
A north-east man has reached the finals of a prestigious national awards ceremony.
A Moray photographer is hoping to shine a light on a devastating illness through her images, which have been chosen for a new exhibition.
A Moray photographer is using her artistic talent to reflect the travails of living with a devastating illness.
As families around the world sit down to Christmas dinner, Jolene Masson faces the prospect of Christmas thousands of miles away from her daughters, in her fight against multiple sclerosis (MS).
A group of north-east walkers called the Hairy Hikers have raised more than £8,000 to fight multiple sclerosis by scaling Britain's highest peak.
Multiple sclerosis sufferers in Moray are leading a campaign to get better access to NHS services in rural areas.
A former marathon runner who is suffering from multiple sclerosis (MS) is hoping pioneering treatment abroad may give her back her mobility.
Milestone birthdays often provoke mixed emotions, but Dr Christian Jessen felt only a surge of relief when he celebrated his 30th.
Sometimes, getting a diagnosis when you're unwell is simple: you make an appointment, see a doctor, possibly have a straightforward test, then wait for the results - and the vast majority of the time, patients are correctly diagnosed by medical professionals.
Keith resident Susan Shand volunteers with the Moray branch of the MS Society. Here, she tells readers about a man pioneering a new device to improve walking for multiple sclerosis sufferers In May I engaged the services of Chongsu Lee from Point One Clinic, in Edinburgh. Chongsu is a physiotherapist who has pioneered a very special technique of spinal manipulation.
A support centre opened by Harry Potter author J.K. Rowling for people living with a chronic condition is to be sold to cover a six-figure pension shortfall.
A Highland woman has told how she was feeling ill for more than 10 years before she was finally diagnosed with multiple sclerosis.
For the estimated 10,000 people living with multiple sclerosis (MS) in Scotland, the struggle to gain access to effective treatment which could potentially help alleviate symptoms has become all too common.
A pioneering study has highlighted previously unknown struggles faced by Multiple Sclerosis (MS) patients.