Here's the latest from the HealthTalk Multiple Sclerosis Community:
Live Show Two Weeks Away:
Strategies for Living Well with MS
From keeping track of injection schedules to accommodating fatigue and mobility issues, those living with multiple sclerosis have to deal with aspects of the disease every day.
Tune in on Thursday, January 25 as our expert panel explores strategies for dealing with day-to-day issues of life with MS and living a happier, fuller life.
And, as always, you'll get a chance to ask the experts your questions.
BONUS: Didn’t get everything on your holiday list this year? Attend this show live online for your chance to win one of five $50 Amazon.com gift certificates and check off your list!
Transcript: 30 Minutes of Q&A
with Nurse Piper
In our recent show, MS expert Nurse Piper Paul answered audience questions for a full half-hour.
Check out the transcript to hear answers to questions about:
Ask the Doctor: Bladder and Bowel Complications
In our regular Ask the Doctor column, Dr. Pat Parcells answers your questions on multiple sclerosis, including:
- Muscle tightness makes it difficult to pass urine and stool. What's the best way to treat this?
Submit your own questions and check back each week for new answers.
Read the Ask the Doctor column
HealthTalk Blogs: MS Role Call,
New Year's Resolutions and More
Part news, part opinion and part community bulletin boards - the HealthTalk Blogs are always full of interesting points of discussion. In addition to recent posts in the multiple sclerosis blog, you may be particularly interested in our bloggers' thoughts on:
Don't just read the blogs - participate! Share your stories and perspectives on any of the blog topics by posting a comment.
Browse the blogs
Wednesday on HealthTalk Live!:
Each week on HealthTalk Live!, Judy Foreman explores a new general health topic that matters to you. Tune in on Wednesday nights at 8:30 p.m. Eastern (5:30 p.m. Pacific) at the HealthTalk Live! Web site.
Our next show will be Political Patients on January 17. Vocal patients can have a real impact on public policy, research funding, and even future treatment options. Tune in to find out why patient advocacy works and how to get involved. Send your questions and stories now to HealthTalkLive@HealthTalkcom.
And be sure to check out our recent replays:
- Fitness for Everyone
- Navigating Health News on the Internet
- The Food/Health Relationship
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Ask Dr. Z: Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist
Psychologist vs. Psychiatrist – what’s the difference? Find out who fits your mental health bill. In this new video series, Dr. Ed Zimney answers questions on general healthcare topics.
Do you have a general healthcare question that's been on your mind? Perhaps you'd like to know how to tell the difference between allergies and colds, or wondered how to stop the hiccups. Send your questions now to AskDrZ@HealthTalk.com and stay tuned for the next video in this series.
This is not the place to get specific information relating to your disease – please consult your own doctor for that information.
Watch the video
We wish you and your family the best of health!