Lupus Now® editor Jenny Palter did one thing right and one thing wrong when it comes to sun safety and UV protection. Her story highlights the importance of not getting complacent when it comes to dealing with the symptoms of lupus.
In March, Stacey Kozel set out to trek the estimated 2,200 miles on the Appalachian Trail, all while paralyzed from complications from lupus.
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.
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.
For the past 20 years, Lori’s disease has taken an enormous toll on their family. Still, they maintain a positive outlook and Rick has made it his mission to raise money and awareness in the fight against lupus.
Running 100 miles in the span of 30 hours isn’t most people’s idea of a good time. But that’s exactly what Thomas Tan is planning to do this summer.
Daylight savings time is a good reminder to prioritize your sleep habits to ensure a good night’s sleep. Now may be a good time to consider changes to your sleep habits to improve your overall health and well-being.
March marks the start of our 2016 Walk to End Lupus Now events. Find one near you!