The sight of spring sunshine after months of dull winter skies gives many people a single-minded urge to lather on the tanning lotion and bask in the backyard for hours. But when you’re living with lupus, soaking up the sun can mean setting yourself up for a flare.
Ten year old Nicole transformed her love of reading and doing cartwheels into a successful endeavor to raise money and awareness in the fight against lupus to support her mom, Sharon. This is her story.
“Pregúntele a los Expertos" es una serie de charlas educativas y presentaciones sobre una variedad de temas diseñados para proporcionarle información importante sobre cómo vivir con lupus.
Children and teens experience a wide range of physical and emotional changes as they grow. This month Andrea Knight, MD MSCE, offers insight into how lupus can greatly impact a child’s or teen’s mental health.
Shannon Boxx is a mother, a soccer player and an Olympic Gold Medalist. But the thing she wants more than anything, is a cure for lupus.
April is National Minority Health Month. Led by the Office of Minority Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this month highlights the key role that disparities (great differences) play in the health and health care of communities across the country.
Maurissa has lived with lupus for most of her life and thought conceiving a child would never be possible for her and her husband Jed. Read more about their story
Finding the support that you need, or supporting someone you care about is not just about how much help is offered. The type of help offered is just as important.