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I'm a fabulous single Mom with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus. What makes me fabulous is you! For years, I was distraught over my illness and the things it subjects me too. But I've gained such a support system through friendships and blogging. I look forward to an encouraging interchange!
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Linda McNamara, RN, MBA

I am a registered nurse whose career has spanned healthcare, global manufacturing, and academia. Currently, I work as a healthcare consultant, certified health coach, educator, and patient advocate. I have been living with systemic lupus, a serious chronic illness, since 1996.  I have strongly represented the patient’s perspective on numerous committees, including...

Sara ..

United States
I was diagnosed in January of 2001 with systemic lupus at the age of 26. Determined not to let a chronic illness dictate my plans for the future, I refused to admit that my busy lifestyle and indomitable attitude were hindering my chances for a long, productive life. After four years of running my body into the ground, I realized I was fighting life, instead of living it. Thus, I made it my top...
Communities: Lupus


I'm a writer, editor and a Christian. I am interested in health issues because of some of my own health issues and my husband's chronic pain and recent Systemic Lupus diagnosis. We are on a sugar and gluten-free diet now, and lots of supplements.


rutherfordton, North Carolina
I'm 48  and was diagnosed with Systemic Lupus 7 years ago. I can remember having symptoms since I was 14, but have only been seriously ill for 5 years. I've been lucky enough to go into remission several times but am now having a severe flare. Absolutely no energy and some days the pain is really bad. Hopefully this flare will end before I miss spring entirely. I came here to hear...
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I have had systemic lupus for 38 years.  I guess the big thing that kept me going was family and a lot of living in denial.  Aches & pains I chalk up to "getting older".  Granted my kidney transplant in 1989, in which my DAD gave me one of his kidneys has helped to keep the lupus in remission, but as i am sure all know, transplant have "issues" of...

Lisa L. Facebook

Been in remission from Systemic Lupus for over 1 year now (YAY!) all by learning about the human body and what it needs and what you need to avoid.  My life is fabulous now and I want to help others have this kind of life too! You can read my personal blog at:  I founded LIFE BEYOND REMISSION to give you informatin in one place that helped me in...

Braxton P. Healthy Living ProfessionalHealth MavenComplimentary & Alternative Medicine

Pagosa Springs, Colorado
Blog author Braxton Ponder is a Licensed Acupuncturist whose work has taken him around the world, exposing him to a broad range of healthcare systems and practices. He draws upon this background, as well as his ongoing clinical experience, when he offers news analysis and commentary about healthcare and healthy living. His articles also examine insurance systems and policy decisions that affect...

NPs Save Lives Nurse PractitionerHealth Maven

Lake City, Florida
A Family Nurse Practitioner working in a Rural Health Office in Florida. Wife and mother of four, grandmother of one.

Alice C. Registered NurseHealth Maven

North Little Rock, Arkansas
Thirty years in the business of healthcare has provided me with a wide scope of experiences: from the staff nurse in ICU, to educator of ICU nurses to Case Management from data analyst to Director. Currently, I am employed by a health insurance company as an analyst. Throughout my years of practice, I have watched many people wander aimlessly through the health care...