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October was formally known as Lupus Awareness month, however in recent years Lupus awareness has been moved to the month of May in an effort to incorporate it with others events and to increase attention and fundraising to support Lupus awareness. Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs inside the body). Chronic means that the signs and symptoms tend to last longer than six weeks and often for many years.
In lupus, something goes wrong with your immune system, which is the part of the body that fights off viruses, bacteria, and germs. Lupus is a disease of flares where symptoms worsen and you feel ill or go into remissions where the symptoms improve.
Join Nakikia "MSKeepItMoving" on The Keep It Moving Blog Talk Radio Show with special guests Certified Health and Wellness Coach and T-shirt cut designer, Mattie Copeland and international bestselling author of His Purpose My Praise and co-creator of Organized Obstacles, Angel Barrino. Listen as they share their experiences living with Lupus and how they fight to stay healthy.
May is Lupus Awareness Month. What is Lupus? An auto-immune deficiency disease that can completely turn your life around. Join Author LM Young and her guests as they discuss the importance of creating awareness of this most serious illness. As always, My Rays of Light Radio encourages all of our listeners to call in and view your thoughts and comments about this disease.
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Roy discussed sickness is not a disease, it is an emotion.
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Thanks for hanging out in the Goddess Suite, Tune in 11pm on Tuesday, sip a cup of conscious tea and get ready for the HOTTEST 30 mins of your life! We’re going in the grab bag tonight, Tuesday Topic: Lupus and why so many women are suffering from this Dis-EASE! The Goddesses will be talking about the spiritual meaning behind Lupus and specific recommendations which may help to relieve some of the numerous complaints which can be associated with lupus!
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Lupus is a chronic, autoimmune disease that can damage any part of the body (skin, joints, and/or organs inside the body). An estimated, 1.5 million Americans have lupus.
Special Guest: Annette Myarick is the CEO for the Lupus Foundation of America’s (LFA) Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter. Prior to joining the LFA in 1991, she was with the Arthritis Foundation’s Eastern Pennsylvania Chapter for 14 years, most recently as the Vice President for Public Health Strategies. Annette has a Bachelor’s degree in Community Health Education from Temple University.
Special Guest: Leyla Moreno is a native of Panama. Leyla was recognized in 2008 and 2009 by Impacto Latin Newspaper and the Philadelphia Multicultural Congress as one of the ten Most Influential Latino Leaders under 40. She graduated (cum laude) with a degree in Political Science and Latin American Studies from Temple University. Leyla is a board member of the Lupus Foundation of America’s (LFA) Philadelphia Tri-State Chapter.
Special Guest: Tabitha Borrero is 35 years old, lives in New Jersey and was diagnosed with lupus in 2002. Since her diagnosis, Tabitha has been a warrior and champion for the cause. Her candid approach at living with lupus, exemplifies the daily struggles and emotional distress the disease can cause. But, more importantly, she shares the joy and daily accomplishments of living life with lupus. The energy Tabitha brings to being a lupus warrior, reminds us that the battle is never over. She reminds us that we are warriors and warriors don’t quit.
Keva Brooks Napper is a native of Greensboro, North Carolina. She graduated from North Carolina Central University and served as an educator in Guilford County and Winston Salem Forsyth County Schools. Keva founded Beautiful Butterflies, Inc. in 2011 and serves as its executive director.
Diagnosed with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus in 2003, she suffered several grand mal seizures and had 2 blood clots on the brain, causing a stroke, in 2004 with a miraculous recovery. Throughout the years, she has had many obstacles to overcome. With God’s grace, a loving family and supportive friends, she has been able to overcome them, one day at a time.
Lupus is an autoimmune disease that for unknown reasons is rapidly on the rise, especially among African American women. It is treatable, but as yet the cure has not been discovered or if it has, has not been widely published. It can be fatal. Lupus attacks many organs so the symptoms appear like so many other diseases.How can you tell if you have lupus? How can you manage the affects of it and still maintain an active life? Community Activist Norreen Nix discusses her struggle to triumph over this debilitating disease, even as she continues her many activities as a youth mentor and organizer.
Join the Literary Ladies of the ATL as we interview our literary sister, authoress K.S. Oliver. In honor of Lupus Awareness Month, K.S. explains to us what it is like to live with Lupus. This episode is meant to inspire and educate our community about an illness that many suffer from yet many know so little about. Don't miss this opportunity to educate yourself because you just may know someone with Lupus.
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