The Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation Needs Your Stories

If you or your family has been affected by Sjögren’s Syndrome, please take a few minutes to share your story with the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation (SSF) and lend your voice to their advocacy efforts as they testify on Capitol Hill next week. [Read more…]

April is Sjögren’s Awareness Month

Spring is in full swing across the country this month—a time of renewal and transformation as the days grow longer, temperatures rise, and flowers begin to bloom. The Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation reminds us that April is also Sjögren’s awareness month with a focus on their new campaign to transform the level of awareness of Sjögren’s syndrome and shorten the time to diagnosis by 50% in 5 years. [Read more…]

Get Fit and Support the Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation

The Sjögren’s Syndrome Foundation is seeking participants for its 2012 Team Sjögren’s:  a training program to help prepare and support team members to run a marathon (26.2 miles) or half-marathon (13.1 miles). This year’s team will run in the 2012 Country Music Marathon and Half-Marathon in Nashville, Tennessee, on April 28, 2012. [Read more…]

Helen Keller Day

Helen Keller is known as a woman of great courage, wisdom, and perseverance. After developing a fever at 18 months which left her blind, deaf, and mute, Keller went on to learn to speak and to become one of the greatest advocates for the blind. To this day, her words and actions are still an inspiration to many and live on through service projects throughout the world. [Read more…]