Part Of The Proceeds For Baby Girl Now Going to MS Society
It’s no secret that Shemar Moore’s Baby Girl line is comfortable and gorgeous, but now you can feel as great about buying the pieces as you do wearing them! Part of the proceeds received from each Baby Girl clothing sale are now to go to the MS Society to aid in finding a cure for this debilitating disease.
MS is a disease that progresses as time goes on, and to this day there is no known cure. Living a healthy and fulfilling life with MS can be difficult, and the National MS Society works hard to teach those living with MS how to live their best lives and how to get the treatment they need while also aiding in the research portion of finding a cure. The proceeds received from Shemar Moore’s Baby Girl merchandise will fund these efforts in a way to give those living with MS better lives, and potentially even a future cure!
MS, or Multiple Sclerosis, is a disease that causes the body’s immune system to attack the central nervous system. The central nervous system is the system that includes the spine, brain, and optic nerves, and when this system is damaged, it can cause very painful and difficult consequences. People of all genders, ages, races, and walks of life can find themselves suffering with MS, as this is a disease that absolutely never discriminates. Modern medical science believes that the disease is brought on by a combination of genetics and environmental factors which cause people to become more susceptible.
Across the world, there are thought to be around 2.3 million different people personally affected by MS, but because the disease is notoriously difficult to diagnose, this number could rise higher when considering undiagnosed individuals. The majority of individuals suffering with MS will be diagnosed between the ages of 20 and 50 years old, however seeing this disease in children is certainly not unheard of. It is possible to live a fulfilled life with MS, with the right treatment and lifestyle, but this is an illness that will affect people for the rest of their lives as there is no known cure.
Nutrition and exercise are two big factors in living well with MS, and education is provided by the National MS Society to teach those with the disease how to best take care of their bodies after a diagnosis. While treatment and medical measures do help to allow patients to live fully while battling MS, taking care of the body is key to feeling your best!
Each time you make a purchase from the Baby Girl line, another step can be taken to find a cure, and more people can be educated about MS and living with the disease!