Fish Oil Supplements May Ease Lupus
Fish oil supplements may help improve the symptoms of lupus, according to new research presented at the American College of Rheumatology’s annual meeting.
New Vaccine May Treat Lupus
An experimental vaccine-like treatment helps prolong the lives of lab mice with lupus by targeting rogue immune cells linked to the disease.
Men's Lupus Treatment Linked to Fertility Woes
Researchers say treating Lupus in men with Cytoxan may be linked to fertility problems.
Video: Living With Lupus
Lupus, an autoimmune disorder that affects more than 250,000 people in the U.S., strikes mostly women. It is most debilitating during the childbearing years.
Risks for Pregnant Women With Lupus
Pregnant women who have lupus are at greater risk for serious complications -- including infection and death, according to the largest study ever to look at pregnancy outcomes in lupus patients.
Genetic Markers Spotted For Lupus
New research on the genetic roots of lupus may eventually lead to a blood test to help diagnose the disease.
New Target for Lupus Treatment?
Disrupting a chemical signal that lets anti-self immune cells hide in the spleen could be a new treatment for lupus, researchers say.
Stem Cells May Ease Severe Lupus
When people with severe lupus have failed other treatment options, their stem cells may help save their lives.
Lipstick, Hair Dyes Raise Lupus Risk?
Regularly sporting lipstick and dying your hair may increase a woman's risk of developing lupus, according to preliminary new research.
Lupus Survival Getting Better
A new study shows that lupus patients live longer -- and healthier -- than ever before.