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May is Lupus Awareness Month. Join My Rays of Light Radio with LM Young and Nadiyah, Tuesday at 10pm est... "Living With Lupus" Join us live at 646-564-9708 Or online at http://www.blogtalkradio.com/mrol/2015/05/20/living-with-lupus
It is estimated that 1.5 million Americans suffer with this disease. 90% of those diagnosed are women, and it affects people of color more prominently, than Caucasian people. Although, Lupus can attack anyone. A current study shows that from the first onset of symptoms...it can take up to 6 years to be accurately diagnosed. Join us for this powerful discussion, about this most dreaded disease.
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.
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The Health and Wellness Project” Featuring Joelle the Lupus Diva May!
At a one time Special Time 7pm ET
Joelle’s purpose is to help others reach levels that would seem impossible when it comes to our body’s strength and endurance!
With her challenges of Lupus, Joelle has been pursuing her own balance and certification in health fitness and nutrition.
Specializing in working with chronically ill clients Joelle’s passion and knowledge can help any level from novice to advance achieve the peace of mind that comes with being fit both mind and body!
So make sure to check out The Diva’s weekly show Every Wednesday afternoon at 2pm ET on
#TeamChaplain is a weekl broadcast that discusses various community causes. The goal is to bring awareness and to celebrate advocates of these causes. The fall season focuses on Faith and Fitness, which is important to have a good quality of life.
#RESET5 is the theme: Rest, Exercise, Spiritual, Entertainment and Training
#TeamChaplain is: Chaplain Jones, Faye Hill, Nancy Brunet, Crystal Bates, LaShanda Lewis and Patrina Small
This week discussion focus is LUPUS AWARENESS.
To be a guest on the Chaplain Show contact us by visiting our website at www.kgcmradio.com
Check out this great show with one of the outspoken advocates for Lupus... Amanda Greene AKA LA Lupus Lady... She will be talk on her experience with Lupus, the treatments that she uses and what advocacy she is doing for Lupus Patients--- Featuring Mary Ann Parker co-host
This show is part of Lupus Awareness Month Series...
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Judith Mills CEO and Founder is a Biomedical Scientist graduate of UMDNJ maters program, she is an adjunct professor of Biology and College success Seminar, and brilliant speaker. She shares her love of science to her students and teaching them techniques towards a successful college degree. As a patient herself, she lives life everyday with hope, unwavering faith, and optimism that one day her fight will conclude in a cure for the disease. She fights for the unheard and live for the willing and a woman of exceptional courage, vibrancy, and indestructible determination. Ms. Mills created Butterfly Walkers Inc., as comprehensive non-profit team that has been dedicated to raising funds for lupus since 2003.
Disclaimer: The information provided is for educational purposes only and is not intended for diagnosis or treatment. Please the advice of your health provider before making any changes to your health.
On This Episode of The Beautiful Butterfly Show we will we Discussing " Being Informed About LUPUS" with Special Guest Racquel Dozier.
Lupus In Color was created in 2004 by Racquel Dozier to cater to the needs of men,women & children of all colors of the rainbow suffering or directly affected with Lupus. Based out of Henrico, Virginia, Lupus In Color is assisting lupus warriors throughout the Richmond, Virginia area and beyond. The main goal of Lupus In Color is to give positive hope to lupus warriors through love and encouragement, positive support and interactions and exemplary empowered awareness.
The history of lupus begins in 1828 when the French dermatologist, Biett described the disease. For the next 45 years, studies of the disease showed nothing more than descriptions that emphasized skin changes. In the mid 1800’s, Pierre Cazenave was the first person to have a comprehensive description of lupus. The disease was named because of a wolf-bite shaped rash (the butterfly rash) that appears across the nose and cheeks of many lupus patients. “Lupus” is the Latin word for wolf.
In 1873, a dermatologist named Kaposi noted that people with a history of lupus lesions also experienced problems in internal organs. Then in the 1890’s, a famous American physician, Sir William Osler, discovered that some patients had internal organ involvement but no history of lupus skin problems at all. In 1948, a finding by Dr. Malcolm Hargraves of the Mayo Clinic that showed that patients with SLE had a LE cell in their blood, allowed doctors to develop a simple blood test. This blood test, along with a medical history and family history of lupus was used to diagnose many more cases of lupus.have also increased our understanding of the disease.
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