IOM in Control
Once the statement of task and budget are finalized, the committee works independently to come to consensus on the questions raised.
Up to now the DHHS has been in charge. Now it was the IOM's turn in spotlight.
Once the statement of task and budget are finalized, the committee Read more [...]
PHANU (now the Center for Neuroimmunology and Emerging Diseases), was doing well at Bond University, but then Griffith University, spying a hot research group with a future, grabbed them up. (Dr. Klimas found herself in much the same boat with Nova Southeastern University. It makes one hopeful Read more [...]
( A licensed Marriage and Family Therapist, Laurie Hope uses psychology, comparative religion, Buddhist meditation, and qigong to to help people with chronic illnesses harness their inner resources to improve their physical, emotional and mental well-being. She is also the author of a book, Read more [...]
The only nutritional support company created by someone with chronic fatigue syndrome/fibromyalgia, we're very happy to be affiliated with Prohealth.
Founded by an ME/CFS patient, Rich Carson, Prohealth has dedicated 10% of its profits to ME/CFS support for decades, and this year Prohealth's Read more [...]
Deep down your mind might grumble with something like "Right! A Happy Thanksgiving ...in this body? Happy Thanksgivings are for healthy people?", "Forget the happy, I hope I just make it through it" or something similar.
One thing I've learned is that my 'mind', that critical, Read more [...]
Is ME/CFS/FM bigger than we think? Does it consist of a complex of disorders such as ME/CFS/FM/POTS/Autonomic Neuropathy/IBS/ (fill in the blank) that share similar types of onset, symptoms and some lab results. Let's see how that question is shaking out.
Check out Pt I of the Read more [...]
The holidays are a special time of the year when family connections are renewed, but they can be stressful even for healthy people. In my experience, the holidays present two major stumbling blocks for people chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia.
The Intense Activity - balancing your desire Read more [...]
In the fifth web seminar produced by the ME/CFS Association in the Netherlands is by Dr. Visser, a Dutch cardiologist. He takes on Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome (POTS).
POTS refers to an overly rapid increase in the heart rate that occurs upon standing. POTS, which was first described Read more [...]