Wego Health.TV MS Channel

I am always excited when the MS world works together to help patients feel supported!  Wonderful people with MS have helped Wego Health create videos to aid sufferers of MS around the world!

WEGO Health is putting Health Activists’ mission into motion and bringing their passion to life.

WEGO Health is doing what I love most; making videos!  Wego Health.Tv is recording influential voices in the online community who speak openly about important issues of life with chronic conditions. Health Activists educate others with their individual experience.

I’ve included WEGO Health TV so you can see how their videos are shown to help others.

You can see more engaging videos right here.

Have you checked out Wego Health?  Isn’t it enjoyable to see real people living with MS and learn from them? Tell me how you have benefited from others with MS?


About our Co-Founder: With a bachelors in Social Work, Linda is 53 years old, happily married with eight children and 17 grandchildren. Diagnosed with MS in 1995 and now having accepted and truly embraced her new reality, Linda has created MSrelief.com. She is dedicated to proving that joy can be chosen while living with Multiple Sclerosis. Linda specializes in helping others, especially those with MS attain the lifestyle, independence and happiness amid living with MS.


  1. When I was growing up, I was ashamed and embarrassed when my
    my mom started using a cane. I never understood MS and how my mom felt.
    I have MS as well now, and find myself asking my 17 year old, if he is embarrassed
    to walk with me, times have changed the disabled are more accepted
    and my son thinks it would be cool if I use a cane. His favorite tv show
    Is House.

    • Trudy,
      My mom’s name is Trudy too! I’m so sorry that you have MS!
      I agree that the disabled are more accepted but it didn’t help me to not feel embarrassed! I think that I was so insecure because I didn’t believe in sickness. I have always believed that we can talk ourselves healthy. I’ve learned that is not true. The most embarrassing time for me was taking my walker out on the basketball court for Senior night when my kids were being recognized. My teenager was the most embarrassed when she went grocery shopping at Costco and I had a huge box of poise in the cart.
      I’m glad that I’m over the embarrassment and am enjoying myself! This online community is the greatest!!! Thanks for visiting!

      • Trudy, its your upbringing that is making the kid take it so positively.. I am sure that with this attitude you will never have to think that you are in any case causing an embarrassing situation for him! Honestly the times have changed and since there is more awareness, there would be very little who would feel embarrassed with it!

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  5. Thank you so much for sharing this very informative post. I never really realized how hard it is for people who have MS. I just don’t know why people belittle people with disabilities when infact they should be helping and assisting them.

  6. Hi Linda, thanks for your sharing about MS Channel !
    Keep going !

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    • Thank you James~
      We started blogging because working outside the home became difficult given our lives with MS. We are living great lives in spite of the MS and we really want to show the growing MS population that they too can often live happy lives.

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