I admit I know a little bit about pulmonary hypertension. My knowledge comes from a patient I knew and from my curiosity and willingness to ask anything when I have the chance. Today I know more about this aspect of lupus due to a new study. A few years ago a young lady came in… Read More The Good, The Bad and Partial Information About Pulmonary Hypertension in Lupus Patients
I am a mysterious woman. Living a mysterious life. That should be a song. It isn’t. It’s my life. No. It’s not that I am hiding things. Okay, I am hiding things, but only from myself and they are actual things, not secrets. At least I don’t think I’m hiding any secrets from myself. Not… Read More My Mysterious Life
Do you remember when you were in school and forced to learn all those things that you knew you would never use once you got out of school? Yeah, me too. But surprise. There are now reasons you may wish you had paid more attention or at least had a better memory. I vaguely remember… Read More Why Should You Care About Dendrites?
I don’t write much about children and lupus. Oh, it’s not because I don’t like children or don’t know that they can have lupus just like adults. I don’t write much about lupus and children for the simple reason that there is less information about this subject, there are fewer studies being conducted on this… Read More Lupus, Depression, and Children