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Blog | Feb. 13, 2017

Sharing the Journey: Maintaining Relationships

This month, we asked Sharing the Journey participants for their best advice for maintaining and strengthening relationships during a lupus flare.

Blog | Feb. 13, 2017

Back to Basics: Four Ways to Rekindle the Fire

Four strategies for improving intimacy and sexual health in your relationship as recommended by a Certified Rheumatology Nurse Practitioner.

Blog | Jan. 24, 2017

Five Things You Can Do Right Now to Jump Start a Healthier Year

Read five tips to learn more about how easy it can be to start the year off right.

Blog | Jan. 23, 2017

Recipe: Three from the Sea

These three recipes feature some of the best fish choices for both our bodies and the planet. Let’s dive in!

Blog | Jan. 23, 2017

Ten Cold-Weather Clues for Coping with Raynaud’s

Raynaud’s disease, or phenomenon, causes narrowing of the blood vessels, most commonly in the fingers and toes.

Blog | Jan. 23, 2017

Sharing the Journey: New Year’s Resolution

This month’s Sharing the Journey is timely – we asked participants how they plan to manage lupus symptoms in 2017 and they shared suggestions to consider. We also shared our best tips for kick starting an exercise program.

Blog | Jan. 23, 2017

Five Benefits of Exercise for Managing Lupus

Exercise has many physical, emotional and social benefits. It is particularly helpful for people with lupus for many reasons, and most people with lupus can take part in some form of activity.

Blog | Dec. 19, 2016

Victoria Gibbs: The Long Road to Diagnosis

Because her symptoms were so mysterious and unusual, and she was accustomed to toughing it out, Victoria's diagnosis almost came too late.