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  1. Lupus Diet and Nutrition

    WebMD explains the importance of nutrition as part of an overall lupus treatment plan.

  2. Lupus and Mental Health Concerns

    Learn more from WebMD about the relationship between lupus and depression and coping with the emotional and mental effects of the disease.

  3. Lupus Nephritis

    Lupus nephritis can affect up to 60% of people with lupus. Learn more from WebMD about lupus and kidney inflammation.

  4. Lab Tests for Lupus

    WebMD explains the common lab tests done to diagnose or evaluate lupus.

  5. Pregnancy and Lupus

    WebMD explains the risks and complications of lupus and pregnancy, along with steps you can take to minimize problems for you and your baby.

  6. Lupus

    Lupus is a chronic,inflammatory autoimmune disorder affecting the connective tissue. In autoimmune disorders,the body's own immune system attacks healthy cells and tissues causing inflammation and malfunction of various organ systems. In lupus,the organ systems most often involved include the skin,kidneys,blood and joints. Many different symptoms are associated with lupus,and most ...

  7. Understanding Lupus -- Prevention

    WebMD offers tips on managing lupus symptoms.

  8. Understanding Lupus -- Treatment

    WebMD provides an overview of treatment for lupus.

  9. Understanding Lupus -- the Basics

    WebMD provides an overview of lupus, including types and causes.

  10. Understanding Lupus -- Symptoms

    Learn the symptoms of lupus.

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