It has been a while that i have spent time writing for all my Lupus Community and others who enjoy visiting my blog! My apologies but Life happened. Many great things happened, but at the same time I’m here at … Continue reading
Went in to the hospital Friday night and came out Saturday morning with this bad baby😳🙄 I went to Urgent Care due to seizures bc of my #lupusflare 😷🤦🏻♀️ i have been sleeping a lot, trying to get my energy … Continue reading
The star — who previously revealed that she was diagnosed with lupus — recently gifted the University of Southern California’s Keck School of Medicine with a donation to kickstart the Selena Gomez Fund for Lupus Research, PEOPLE confirms.
The pain you’ve caused can never be forgiven
the damage you’ve done
mostly to us
From losing our hair
to almost losing our minds to
The loss of our organs that we thought would be with us
for much more time.
From the loss of our vision, to the scars on our face.
To the joints on our bodies
now needing to be replaced.
Lupus you have taken so much from us women, Blacks, Latinas, Asians, and Whites, but one thing you won’t take, is our courage to FIGHT. You’ve torn and worn out our bodies, tried to destroy our lives, left us in so much pain, gave us numerous sleepless nights. You took away our jobs even our fun days in the sun, but guess what Lupus?
WE ARE NOT DONE! We are still here, some of the STRONGEST WOMEN I know, we will come together, build each other, and continue to GROW. Depsite what has happened, depsite what is yet to come, I’ll say it again Lupus WE ARE NOT DONE! You have taken a few of us way before our time but you have left the rest of us stronger than ever who say their legacies will not be left behind! Come together Lupus Warrior Women, I fight, you Fight, WE will fight TOGETHER. Today on International Womens Day let’s not forget some of the STRONGEST WOMEN we know💜Lupus Warriors
Sincerely, Kim Howse
For those that had the opportunity to receive these oils at yesterday’s group, please check your email as the Lupus Pain Study is getting ready to begin! For those who may be interested but didn’t have the opportunity to join, please feel free to join us this Saturday at our Rancho Cucamonga group or March 18 at our Hayward location to learn how you can become apart of this study and get these oils free to you as well💜
Hope to see some of you there tonight! We have received our tshirts for tonight’s walk and if you recognize me please come say hello as I would love to meet you! The nice thing about the walk now is that it takes place at night, so we don’t have to worry about the sun issues or heat problem, but remember it can get cool and that’s No Bueno for our bones either! Since our bodies can’t adjust to different weather types we need to always be prepared for everything! Have a beautiful and blessed day and hope to see you later on💜🦋
Demi Lovato just released a new short documentary bringing light to #mentalhealth. I have to say this young lady is pretty amazing using her platform in a great way bringing light to a forefront that needs to be spoken about and where stigma needs to be broken! Please watch and spread! Documentary
Rare Disease Day takes place on the last day of February each year. The main objective of Rare Disease Day is to raise awareness amongst the general public and decision-makers about rare diseases and their impact on patients’ lives.The campaign targets primarily the general public
Rare Disease Dayand also seeks to raise awareness amongst policy makers, public authorities, industry representatives, researchers, health professionals and anyone who has a genuine interest in rare diseases.
Rare Disease Day events are down to hundreds of patient organisations all over the world who work on a local and national level to raise awareness for the rare disease community in their countries.
Since Rare Disease Day was first launched by EURORDIS and its Council of National Alliances in 2008, thousands of events have taken place throughout the world reaching hundreds of thousands of people and resulting in a great deal of media coverage. We especially thank our official Rare Disease Day partners, the National Alliances. These are umbrella organisations who group together several rare disease organisations in a given country or region. Click on a logo of one of the National Alliances to go to their website.
The campaign started as a European event and has progressively become a world phenomenon, with the USA joining in 2009 and participation in over 80 countries throughout the world in 2016. Hundreds of cities continue to take part in Rare Disease Day and we hope even more will join in 2017.
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