Autoimmune disease is one of the top 10 leading causes of death in female children and women in all age groups up to 64 years of age

Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month: autoimmune diseases are one of the top 10 leading causes of death in female children and women in all age groups.

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12 Common Triggers Of Autoimmune Disease

What is autoimmune disease ? Autoimmune Diseases Several factors that influence autoimmune disorders: genetic predisposition, environmental factors, hormone influence

ech0tang0: dnikki: gifts4awareness: March stands for National Autoimmune Disease…

dnikki: March stands for National Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month. There are more than 100 different types of autoimmune disorders including Addison?s Disease, Amyloidosis, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Autoimmune Hepatitis, B

So many people suffer from diseases difficult to diagnose and treat.  Help raise awareness whether you have an autoimmune disease or know someone who does!  Thank you!

March is Autoimmune Disease Awareness Month! So many people suffer from diseases difficult to diagnose and treat. Help raise awareness whether you have an autoimmune disease or know someone who does!

I don't have lupus, but this is great! Could work for endometriosis and chronic pain too.

Could work for endometriosis and chronic pain too. The best way I've ever seen how to explain autoimmune disease

Having an "invisible" illness is the worst, you get judged because you look normal and capable... I've finally adapted to the motto that 'their opinion of me, doesn't really matter'.  #MS

Better information. Better health.

Living with an incurable disease. I don't see it as a curse. I see it as a blessing from god. Crohn's has taught me so much but beyond anything it has taught me to be a better human being!

Lupus Infographics And I'm a person with Lupus

Lupus Awareness

Having a systemic autoimmune disease is like riding a wave of pain, nausea, emotion, and physical limitations. It drains you entirely. You're constantly being pushed to your breaking point, and it never ends. Again, IT NEVER ENDS!

Having a systemic autoimmune disease is like riding a wave of pain, nausea, emotion, and physical limitations. It drains you entirely. You're constantly being pushed to your breaking point and it never ends.

I bought plastic spoons and taught my son about spoon theory by giving him spoons and also showing him how I use my spoons each day.  It really helped him understand without me saying "I'm exhausted"

The Lupus Diet - What Foods You Should Avoid

The spoon theory: And don't forget; feed the pets then the chicken (and gather the eggs), a load of laundry,, pack lunches, and cook supper.

The unknown. Rheumatoid Arthritis-Sjogren's-autoimmune illness-chronic pain-chronic kidney disease-Meniere's Disease-Autoimmune Ear Disease

The unknown. Rheumatoid Arthritis-Sjogren's-autoimmune illness-chronic pain-chronic kidney disease-Meniere's Disease-Autoimmune Ear Disease

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