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Vitamin D supplements may benefit lupus patients

19 OCT 2012
A new clinical study published in BioMedCentral’s open access journal Arthritis Research and Therapy provides preliminary evidence that vitamin D supplementation could be considered an immunomodulatory agent for systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE), a debilitating autoimmune disease characterized not only by skin, joint, neurological and renal symptoms, but also by inflammation of tissue linings in the body. 312 more words

Missed - Medical Breakthroughs

Progress Report #6

The last blog that I posted, I wrote it with the intention of it being my last. With me being unable to continue my journey on natural medicine I figured it made sense to stop my blog, because that was the whole purpose of it- sharing the experience of treating my Lupus naturally. 805 more words

Markers of Time

According to my TimeHop app, that was my status a year ago. Pardon the few grammatical and spelling errors. October, 11, 2013. That date, I’ll never really forget it really. 772 more words


Scottsdale, AZ 2014 Lupus Walk Canceled - Monsoon Storm and Flash Floods!

Arizona Walk to End Lupus Now Update – RAINED OUT

The only thing predictable about lupus, is that is it unpredictable!  So it is with the monsoon weather in our warm desert southwest climate! 582 more words


Flu 101: Vital Qs & As about the Flu

I did not write the following Article, I found it via the LFA Blog. Just sharing useful information. Author is mentioned below.

Flu 101: Vital Qs & As about the Flu… 709 more words



This is weird, but true.

Whenever my emotions got disturbed pretty heavily (i.e. something upsets me very badly), the effect to my body is really instant. 35 more words


Lupus News Roundup – September 2014

It’s that time again. Every month (or whenever), I post the latest and greatest lupus and health-related news items from around the web. If you have an event or news item of interest to the lupus community, …

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