We asked Sharing the Journey participants the following question: While there is no lupus-specific diet, being mindful of what you put in your body, eating healthy and staying hydrated is very important for lupus warriors to feel their best. How do you ensure you are eating well?
For the first time since 2019, lupus advocates will come together in Washington, DC for the nation's largest lupus advocacy event! Save the date for the 2022 National Lupus Advocacy Summit from June 26–28, 2022. Sign up as an advocate below! Together, we will solve this cruel mystery.
Join us for our Lupus Virtual Support Groups. For the safety of our constituents and facilitators during the Covid-19 pandemic, our in-person support groups have been moved online. The groups are open to those with lupus, their loved ones, and caregivers and are implemented by LFA-trained facilitators. Learn more.
It can be hard to get active when you have lupus symptoms — but physical activity can actually ease your symptoms and help you feel better! Learn about the benefits of being active and find activities that work for you.
Life with lupus can be difficult at times. We created this series to introduce you to knowledge and skills that can help you better manage lupus and its every day challenges.
Join us in person the for 2022 Walk to End Lupus Now events through out the state of Florida. Stay tuned for upcoming dates!
We are following all developments as they relate to Covid-19 and lupus and will keep you updated as they happen.Read More
A free educational series where people with lupus, their family and friends can learn more about the latest in lupus research and managing the disease
A birthday party. A bake sale. A 5k. A half marathon, marathon, or triathlon for lupus. There's no limit to how you can raise money to fight lupus. Here are some popular ways lupus advocates like you around the U.S. are bringing their communities closer to raise critical funds for lupus research.
In order to protect our patients, loved ones, and facilitators during COVID-19, we have moved our support groups online, and we invite you to join us virtually via Zoom. Please click the link to RSVP for the groups.
Help us create more meaningful moments for lupus warriors. Your support and generous contributions to the LFA supports life-saving research, education and advocacy initiatives to bring an end to lupus.
Many companies will match donations made by employees and retirees to eligible charitable organizations, like the Lupus Foundation of America. Find out if your company does and double your impact.
A tribute donation to the Lupus Foundation of America is a thoughtful and lasting gift to honor or remember someone whose life has been impacted by lupus and a way to join the movement to end lupus.
We're happy to announce that we have received a new grant from the Office of Minority Health to support our efforts to increase the number of minority...
According to a new study, people with lupus report feeling better when they’re making purposeful food choices.
Updated antibody research by Lupus Foundation of America Gary S. Gilkeson Career Development Awardee May Choi.
Breakdown of tryptophan by interferon-alpha in lupus may lead to an imbalance in substances that can negatively affect the brain.