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Care Giving

Transitioning into a caregiver role When you move into the role of caregiver there will be shifts in relationships as you take on additional and sometimes nontraditional roles. The family…

Share Your Story

Sharing your story about Lupus—in support group meetings or just with your friends at times might seem intimidating, but each time you do it you will be blessed. Here at…

Lupus Symptoms

No two cases of lupus are exactly alike. Signs and symptoms may come on suddenly or develop slowly, may be mild or severe, and may be temporary or permanent. Most…

Lupus and Brain Fog

An estimated 80% of individuals with lupus will experience brain fog. Learning what may contribute to brain fog and how to manage it can improve day-to-day quality of life. Introduction…

Lupus and Cannabis: A New Conversation

At Lupus Fighters of America, we rigorously stay up-to-date on the latest lupus treatments and therapy strategies.  In this article, we explore the uses of cannabis and its derivatives.  The…

Lupus and Aging: Immunosenescence

Are you over 60 and living with lupus? Even it you are not over 60 yet, it is critical to know how aging affects those of us living with lupus.…

Isolation and Anxiety: Living with Lupus

For many around the world, the COVID-19 pandemic has required restrictions on travel, work, school and gatherings in public areas!  Feelings of uncertainty and of being cut off from others…

Allergies and Lupus

Both allergies and lupus are conditions driven by an overly reactive immune system, and both are seemingly on the increase.  Are they related and why? Introduction What are the most…