The latest news on fibromyalgia syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome is posted below in support of Fibromyalgia Network’s mission to educate patients and the media with ad-free reporting.
An inexpensive supplement combo showed promising results for people with insomnia and this same approach may also be helpful for fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
New study looks at the overall health of fibro patients who are employed or are involved in caregiving.Read the complete article.
Feeling short-winded and hungry for air? This symptom may frequently occur in people with fibromyalgia, and a study shows that two different water therapies can reduce the strain in your chest in just three weeks.Read the complete article.
In general, physician attitudes toward fibromyalgia and perceptions of patients are horrible. But a new book can help you fight back against these unfounded critiques.Read the complete article.
Estrogen supplementation during peri- and post-menopause in women with fibromyalgia is thought be beneficial, but does it really reduce pain?Read the complete article.
Forty fibromyalgia patients from three countries reveal that fatigue is the second most bothersome symptom after pain.Read the complete article.
Can treating your most troublesome muscle or joint lead to a significant drop in your overall fibromyalgia pain? Yes, according to a recent study.Read the complete article.
Fibromyalgia can be distinguished from depression, according to a new study by researchers at the University of Sherbrooke in Canada.Read the complete article.
Is chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) caused by a retrovirus? This question will require more investigations, but a study published this week found that 86.5 percent of the patients tested appear to be infected with a murine leukemia virus (MLV).Read the complete article.
If patients could determine how symptoms might relate to one another, doctors might do a better job of individualizing care for people with fibromyalgia. A recent study attempted to answer these questions.Read the complete article.