Lupus Now

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2012

Hair Care - How to Do More With Less

Thinning hair is common among people living with lupus. So is the whirlwind of emotions that comes with hair loss. Whether the result of lupus or a side effect of medications, hair loss can be a big shock, particularly when hair does not grow back.

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2012

Breathless: Understanding the connection between lupus and the lungs

It surprises many people to learn that lung issues are common among people with lupus. Although the underlying connective tissue disease is the root cause of lupus-related lung problems, the exact mechanism differs for each of the most common conditions.

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2012

Biomarkers in Lupus

Biomarkers are very much in the news today, in stories about how to determine who is at risk for a disease or condition, or the ways in which a group or population is reacting to a particular treatment. They also play a role in the development of new medications.

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2012

Staying in Tune - The Therapeutic Benefits of Music

Music can be therapeutic for many problems the body encounters, including symptoms of stress, pain, and fatigue that many who live with lupus experience on a regular basis.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2011

Salt Wars

She may not be faster than a speeding bullet or able to leap tall buildings in a single bound, but Jessica Goldman, 28, is quite the superhero.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2011

The Weather Outside Is Frightful, but Staying Healthy Is So Delightful!

Though your body may be layered under sweatshirts and coats, staying active and healthy is important in the winter months.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2011

Helping Hands -  Roles are redefined when you become the caregiver of a loved one.

Many experience changing dynamics in their relationship when a loved one is handed a lupus diagnosis.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2011

Connect the Dots: How to Foster Coordinated Health Care

No matter what your health condition, it makes sense that your doctors talk to each other. It’s called “coordinated care”—the idea that all the health care providers involved in your care should share information promptly about your condition, treatments, and medical needs.