April is National Minority Health Month. Led by the Office of Minority Health at the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, this month highlights the key role that disparities (great differences) play in the health and health care of communities across the country.
Maurissa has lived with lupus for most of her life and thought conceiving a child would never be possible for her and her husband Jed. Read more about their story
Family, friends, online communities, and peers can help combat isolation
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.
Spring and warmer weather are here and Lupus Awareness Month is just weeks away! We have lots in store this May to help others to KNOW LUPUS. This year, we have new programs designed to raise funds for research and education while raising awareness of the disease in your community.
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.
Knowing how to wash your hands properly and knowing when to wash your hands is key to avoiding infections for people with lupus.
This month, Dr. Emily von Scheven answers your questions about steroid treatments for children and teens with lupus.