these are a few of my favorite blogs

i recently sifted through my collection of online destinations related to heath in general, and multiple sclerosis in particular, and i offer some of my favorites here.

the multiple sclerosis activism foundation: news and views

patients like me: forums, personal health trackers and evaluations, tons of information

wheelchair kamakaze: intelligent personal insight into MS issues, and a heck of a photographer

broken clay journal: author katja is world traveler and a good writer, with a great ‘tude about living with a “disability.”

the reformed multiple sclerosis society: seeks to empower MS people with information on cutting-edge treatment – though heavy on the CCSVI

this is MS: a very extensive forum site – find answers, offer your experience, find like-minded people

carnival of MS bloggers: a bi-weekly compendium of thoughts and experiences shared by those living with multiple sclerosis

a google search of “multiple sclerosis blogs” will provide you with days of surfing. these blogs are great way to feel at least somewhat connected as we sit at our desks. feel free to share your favorites with the rest of us!

there are, of course, many others. some that i check in with seem to post very infrequently.


Author: stephen

stephen harris is a writer, painter and a photographer who lives with his family in maine.

2 thoughts on “these are a few of my favorite blogs”

  1. We have similar tastes in bog’s. My blog has more questions than answers. It’s more about living and continuing to be who I’ve always been the ever changing learning person that writes about living with m.s. Hope you have a great week!

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