Red Necked Wallaby Des Moines Iowa Jigsaw Puzzle

Red Necked Wallaby Des Moines Iowa Zoo

Red Necked Wallaby

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4,470 of the 490,616 Americans that have MS live in Iowa.

Source: National MS Society 10/2016.

MS Myth MS Affects Everyone The Same – False, no 2 people with Multiple Sclerosis are exactly the same. As an example one person may have numbness in a foot, a second person can have vision issues, a third person may have urinary incontinence, and a fourth person may be paralyzed. Even within a family where there are several members with MS each path is different,

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Heidi’s new Ride | Features | communitynewspapergroup.com

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Lance didn’t say anything to Heidi about his plans, hoping to surprise her. The trike was customized with a special paint job and lettering to make the trike a one-on-a-kind. Lance said orange is the color signifying Multiple Sclerosis, but he did not like the bright orange often used. He worked with Tom Hanson of Tom’s Auto Restoration to create an orange that he liked.

via Heidi’s new Ride | Features | communitynewspapergroup.com

When you have MS you learn to adapt; this trike is an awesome adaption.

Nearly 5,000 people living in Iowa have Multiple Sclerosis.

Herbert Hoover National Historical Site Jigsaw Puzzle

As many as 10,000 of the 400,000 Americans with Multiple Sclerosis are age 18 or under. Up to another 15,000 it is suggested have experienced at least 1 MS symptom.

Herbert Hoover National Historical Site

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Photo: Herbert Hoover National Historical Site – Iowa (IA)

Photo By: National Park Service

 

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