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Stress And Autoimmune Conditions: Learning to Accept Support

Posted by Brittany McNeal on May, Mon 12, 2014

Like most, I deal with stress on a daily basis. Whether the stress is coming from my schedule, planning my wedding, or dealing with an unruly puppy, it can weigh heavily on my day-to-day life. Obviously, stress isn’t good for anyone’s health, but for those of us who live with autoimmune diseases, stress can have more direct, health-related impacts.

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Tags: Autoimmune disorders, autoimmune, autoimmune disease, stress and autoimmune disorders, stress

Living with Celiac's Disease [Part One]

Posted by Brittany McNeal on Jan, Sun 19, 2014

First off, I’d like to introduce myself: Hello! I’m Brittany McNeal. That's me over there to the right... Snazzy. I’m the brand-spanking new content creator at Lauren’s Hope, and I (like almost 8% of Americans) have an autoimmune disease. In fact, like most people who have an autoimmune disease, I have more than one: Celiac Disease and Hashimoto’s Disease.

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Tags: celiac disease ids, celiac disease, celiac, Celiac-Sprue, Autoimmune disorders, autoimmune, autoimmune disease, gluten free living, gluten alert medical id bracelet, Gluten Free

What is Lupus?

Posted by Tara Cohen on Sep, Wed 18, 2013

It seems that, with increasing frequency, we're hearing more about autoimmune disorders and diseases in America. One of those autoimmune diseases is called Lupus, and although it's most common in women of childbearing age, it also effects men and children. Not at all rare with an estimated 5 million people worldwide living with Lupus at any given time, approximately 16,000 new cases of Lupus are diagnosed in the US every year. 

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Tags: autoimmune, autoimmune disease, type 1 diabetes, lupus, lupus medical alert bracelet, lupus medical ID, steroid treatment, chemotherapy

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