SCW mourns the passing of one of our own, a warrior with a microphone. Rest in Peace Jaz.
Pica is the craving and ingestion of non-food substances like chalk, sand, ice. SC patients are prone to Pica. Learn more…
Official sickle cell disease ribbon is unveiled at last!
With Sickle Cell, sometimes you can easily get discouraged. Tamera expounds on her Warrior journey from weakness to strength
It’s been very hard to obtain life insurance with sickle cell disease. Here are a few tips that may get your application approved.
This week’s warrior is Malayesia, a recent high school graduate who has the world at her feet.
Carla is an exceptional woman, and with this interview you get to learn from a sister, daughter, and friend who is just like you…
For those of you with salty cravings (like me), this is one of the best snacks that you don’t have to feel guilty about later. Bye bye potato chips, hello to kale!
This is one of my favorite potato salad recipes. The pesto adds a nice unexpected flavor….a surprise for your tastebuds!
Brief synopsis of the Advocacy Training class. Get ready to fire up your activism, get involved, and take sickle cell awareness to the next level.
It’s so easy to sit back, complain, and expect things to change, but if we are not a part of the change, solution, and activism; then we are a part of the problem. Tamera eloquently addresses several issues plaguing the sickle cell community.
Learn more about jaundice, and why the eyes of sickle cell warriors are often yellow.
Renal papillary necrosis is a sickle cell complication that we need to watch out for. Read on to learn more…
Is it possible to find love with sickle cell? It surely is! Follow Kena as she shares her story of heartbreak, romance, finding love and happily ever after.
When dating with sickle cell, many warriors are stuck in a quandary. Do you tell your significant other that you have this chronic medical condition…or do you keep the secret as best as you can? SCW explores both sides of the coin…