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Models Suggesting Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is “Amenable to Intervention” Provide Hope: Dr. Broderick Talks

"The objective is to deliver relief as quickly as possible but to keep working on the problem until we find a cure." - Gordon Broderick Dr. Gordon Broderick of Dr. Klimas' Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) was in a loquacious mood. He likes what he’s seeing Read more [...]

 Telomeres, Wandering Minds, and Creating Cellular Health: the Last Best Cure V

(A continuing  series of blogs on "The Last Best Cure"; one woman's attempt to find joy and improve her  health while battling  an autoimmune disorder.) “The good news is that we are not our thoughts.” - Clifford Saron, PhD, Center for Mind and Brain, UC Davis People with Chronic Fatigue Read more [...]

Where Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Part Ways (and Where They Don’t)

Lately we’ve seen what appears to be a great deal of similarity in muscle issues in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and Fibromyalgia. We know that Dr. Bateman and others believe ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia occur on a fatigue-pain continuum – that they are similar disorders that differ in the amount of fatigue Read more [...]

Orthostatic Intolerance, Pain and the Mitochondria in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome: Dr. Newton Talks

Highlights from Dr. Newton’s Video on Blood Flow “I would suggest that abnormalities of the autonomic nervous system are the underpinning phenomena that explain most if not all of the symptoms that people with ME experience.” Dr. Julia Newton Orthostatic Intolerance Dr. Julia Newton started Read more [...]

The Cortisol, PEM and Stress Management Link in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Stress management skills, cortisol awakening response, and post-exertional malaise in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Daniel L. Hall a,∗, Emily G. Lattie a, Michael H. Antonia, Mary Ann Fletcherb, Sara Czajac, Dolores Perdomoc, Nancy G. Klimasb. Psychoneuroendocrinology (2014) 49, 26—31  “Given Read more [...]

High Muscle Acid Accumulations in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome May Be Reversible

Twenty Times Speaking matter-of-factly and calmly in the impeccably enunciated English (we only find in the English), Dr. Newton started off the muscle metabolism video stating:  “When we’ve asked people with ME to exercise while we’re measuring the accumulation of acid in their muscles, Read more [...]

Autoimmune Research Opening Up New Options for Chronic Pain Sufferers

A Different Kind of Pain That the immune system might play a major role in producing pain might seem obvious. Inflammation, swelling, and the symptoms of ‘sickness behavior’ including muscle and joint pains are all produced by the immune system when we catch a cold. Even in Fibromyalgia Read more [...]

Methylation, Post-exertional Malaise, Disproportionate Immune Responses and Unique Science -the Solve ME/CFS Webinar Series Begins

A Unique Biobank - and Its  Work The Solve ME/CFS Initative's webinar series is back. Their research director, Suzanne Vernon, Ph.D, will start the series off with an update on the SolveCFS research efforts and the SolveCFS's 'unique' Biobank. The SolveCFS Biobank was one of the first biobanks Read more [...]
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