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.
Though your body may be layered under sweatshirts and coats, staying active and healthy is important in the winter months.
Many experience changing dynamics in their relationship when a loved one is handed a lupus diagnosis.
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What do blueberries, strawberries, and acai berries have in common? The natural compounds called polyphenolics found in these red and blue fruits—and possibly in walnuts—activate the brain’s natural “housekeeper” mechanism. In other words, yummy berries may boost your memory as you grow older. Read more!
Sun-related topics take on special importance for people with lupus. Here are five facts you need to know for a safer summer.
Just like everyone else, people with lupus need to exercise regularly or engage in some kind of movement, and most people with lupus can take part in some form of activity. To understand why fitness is so important, it helps to understand what exactly is going on in your body when you work up a sweat.