Lupus: An increasing cause of death among females

A medical condition called Lupus has been found to be the leading cause of death among females in some countries. A recent study published in the Arthritis & Rheumatology journal shows that this chronic inflammatory disease now ranks higher than diabetes and HIV. Although there is no known cure, experts say pursuing a healthy lifestyle, including a diet and supplements may help manage the symptoms.
To discuss this further, we’re now Lolo Lekgoane, who is living with the condition as has her own foundation to raise awareness. And from our Parliament studios in Cape Town, we’re also joined by Giulia Criscuolo, pharmacist of complementary medicines expert and life coach

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