Susan Hendrix is a 57 year old lupus survivor who has achieved a great deal while dealing with this chronic illness. She will take you through her lows and highs, but most importantly she will bring further awareness to this chronic illness and allow others to know you can still live your life to the fullest.
Susan Hendrix is educated in the field of Health and Science, at the age of 29 she became an entrepreneur and established her own Durable Medical Equipment Company along with a Medical Consulting Firm.
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You will hear research findings/ statistic on Opioid Use and Death in Chronic Pain Patients with Systemic Lupus Erythematosus . You will also hear an interview on Racial bias in treatment in pain patients.
I'll discuss the Pros and Cons of Healthcare as a Right or Privileged. Also you will hear a portion of a paper I written while working on my Master Degree (The Fleecing of American Healthcare System). This paper entails how some doctors order duplicate testing and services on patients which can ultimately raise healthcare expenditures. Also the paper details the need for healthcare for all.
Episode 6 is dedicated to Wanda Allen who gained her Angel Wings.
Also you will hear about how heart disease is a major complication of lupus. You will also hear about the day my heart stopped November 2014.
Please help bring Awareness to this Chronic Disease Called Lupus, we are in need of further funding for research for a cure.
In this episode you will hear about how Abundant Harvest Aquaponics is providing organic produce to the community and schools.
You will also learn how I changed my eating habits after being on Prednisone, and what chemicals are placed in foods, along with the use of antibiotics to make livestock grow bigger.
Remember dont Live to Eat instead Eat to Live, your body is a Temple.
In this episode I will explain how I had to find the right doctor to help control the symptoms of lupus. You will also find out why I keep my illness from my family and when they were finally informed about my illness.