Archive for Broderick

“A Regulatory Barrier to Change” : Why Women Get More Stuck with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Than Men – A Model of ME/CFS Emerges

"The HPA axis [is] a major part of the neuroendocrine system that controls reactions to stress and regulates many body processes, including digestion, the immune system, mood and emotions, sexuality and energy storage and expenditure." Wikipedia The HPA axis and low cortisol readings were Read more [...]

Quick Hits from Dr. Klimas’ NSU Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Clinic Opening: Tweeting the Conference

Some quick hits from the daylong celebration of the opening of  Dr. Klimas  Institue for Neuro-Immune Medicine  at Nova Southeastern University. The full blog of the day will be posted on the Simmaron Rising page on the Simmaron Research Foundations website. Dean Opens the Celebration 26 Read more [...]
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