LFM-funded researcher Dr. Daniel Mueller will talk about his study involving T- and B-cell interactions. When these cells collaborate for the production of autoantibodies, systemic lupus erythematosus (SLE) and other chronic arthritic diseases can result.
Low energy is a universal symptom of living with lupus and other chronic conditions, and it can significantly impact daily activities. Join certified Alexander Technique instructor Erin Thompson as she focuses on ways to increase energy, vitality, and mobility by improving postural alignment for increased lung capacity and joint freedom in daily activities.
LFM is proud to be a charity partner of the Midwest Comic Book Association (MCBA) at this annual event. Enjoy 60,000 square feet of comic book action and support LFM!
Regan MOVES is an exercise program designed to help people living with lupus and other chronic conditions reduce joint pain, increase energy, and regain freedom of movement while exercising.
October 15 or October 16
During this unique six-week, online program, gain an understanding of the physiology of stress and pain, and develop an individual plan that includes behavioral, physical, spiritual, and social strategies to reduce lupus symptoms.
JUMP in the Leaves for a Good Cause! Hidden Greens Golf Course in Hastings has hundreds of trees which produce enough collected leaves to create 12-foot high piles to jump in! So, come out and jump in. Lots of other family activities too!
Dr. Mona Riskalla will discuss the unique aspects of being a youth living with lupus, including symptoms, medications, and general strategies to better manage the disease such as nutrition, exercise, and the use of supplements.