16th May 2012

A Question of Age

2012 Living with MS
With two weeks to go until World MS Day 2012, we are revealing our second riddle. The riddle is a video message which helps viewers to unfold an answer to a mystery. Watch the video below to see if you can work out the answer for this week’s riddle.

 

 


This riddle highlights that the most common time to be diagnosed with MS is between the ages of 25 to 31.

This is also the time that many people undergo major life changing events such as meeting life partners and starting a family, moving home or starting a career. These stressful situations can disguise the diagnosis of MS due to confusion with other health issues such as depression, fatigue or stress.

Share this video on Facebook and Twitter and help others to uncover the mystery of WMSD 2012.

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