Lupus Now

Magazine | Aug. 28, 2015

How Plaquenil® May Help Prevent Heart Damage in Newborns

Under Investigation: Preventive care on the horizon

Magazine | Apr. 08, 2015

Antiphospholipid Syndrome: Evaluating Current Treatment Options

Lupus is an autoimmune disease in which people generate antibodies against their own organs. But when antibodies to phospholipid-binding proteins are involved, a variety of complications can occur.

Magazine | Jan. 16, 2015

Lupus in 2025

Lupus experts predict next years of progress

Magazine | Mar. 01, 2013

Access to Care: What is Being Done, and for Whom?

After more than a half-century of drought, many new treatments are in development for lupus. However, approval of a new treatment does not ensure that all people with lupus will be able to try it.

Magazine | Nov. 01, 2012

Alternatives for Health: Complementary & alternative therapies may ease symptoms

In addition to medications and other medical care from doctors, a large and growing number of people turn to other healing practices to try to improve their health.

Magazine | Jul. 01, 2012

Weather Tips for Medication Safety

If your luggage is exposed to extreme temperatures or humidity, your medications could lose potency and effectiveness.

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.

Magazine | Jul. 01, 2011

You and Your Doctor: Why Do Medications Seem to Stop Working?

Don’t make your lupus worse by ignoring your doctor’s instructions—take your medications as prescribed. And if there is some reason you aren’t taking them, talk to your doctor or pharmacist. Help them to help you!