The Editor of Lupus Now magazine needs people to interview for the Fall 2014 issue. If pain is affecting your sleep, skin lupus is causing emotional distress, dance helps you stay fit, or if you have a favorite book on coping with illness, we want to hear from you!
Researchers study effectiveness of the HPV vaccine in people with lupus
Actor Ian Harding from Pretty Little Liars supports his mom Mary through lupus advocacy, awareness and fundraising efforts
Any type of creative outlet—painting, sculpture, photography, acting, or dance—can be therapeutic, provided the artist is able to find a sense of healing and release in the practice. See how four people living with lupus are using art to help them cope with lupus.
Learn how you can be proactive about protecting your sight
Regular exercise helps strengthen the body.
February was Heart Disease Awareness Month, so we asked cardiologist Dr. Shilpa Kshatriya to provide an overview of what you need to know about lupus and cardiovascular disease (CVD).
Sometimes, the best exercise might be the simplest: walking. Indeed, walking builds joint strength, and it helps shed pounds so that joints carry a lighter load. And it’s ideal for people at all fitness levels, especially beginners.