You Might Have Fibromyalgia if... - A humorous look at some telltale signs that you might have fibromyalgia. [read more] February 03, 2015 Karen Lee Richards
# of Ratings: 544 | comments: 77
The Pain Brain: Hippocampal Atrophy Found in Fibromyalgia - Another area of the brain, the hippocampus, has been implicated in fibromyalgia. [read more] February 24, 2015 Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 35 | comments: 0
A Link Between Dental Amalgams, Fibromyalgia, ME/CFS and Other Chronic Illnesses - A review of evidence suggests that mercury exposure from dental amalgams may cause or contribute to symptoms of fibromyalgia, chronic fatigue syndrome and other chronic illnesses. [read more] February 10, 2015 J.K. Kern, et al.
# of Ratings: 30 | comments: 13
Color Me M&M: The NIH P2P Report on Opioids and Fibromyalgianess - One nurse/patient expresses her concern that “fibromyalgianess” is catching on as a concept and is being applied to people with mental health issues – not true fibromyalgia. [read more] February 01, 2015 Celeste Cooper, RN
# of Ratings: 26 | comments: 3
VIDEO: Fibromyalgia Fitness: Your Simple 5-Step Exercise Plan - A simple 5-step exercise plan for people with fibromyalgia. [read more] February 15, 2015
# of Ratings: 26 | comments: 1
The Myth of a Perfect Drug for Fibromyalgia or ME/CFS: the NNT Dilemma - The odds of finding a perfect drug that works for everyone with fibromyalgia are pretty slim. What should we expect from a new drug? [read more] February 08, 2015 Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 24 | comments: 3
Gait Characteristics of Women with Fibromyalgia: a Premature Aging Pattern - Brazilian researchers found that the gait of middle-aged women with fibromyalgia closely resembles the gait of elderly women. [read more] February 04, 2015 Suelen M. Góesa, et al.
# of Ratings: 23 | comments: 0
Your voice matters! New Survey from National Fibromyalgia & Chronic Pain Association (NFMCPA) - The NFMCPA is conducting a survey of people who take prescription hydrocodone medications for pain. [read more] February 09, 2015
# of Ratings: 17 | comments: 0
Somatosensory Cortex Linked to Increased Sensitivity to Touch in Fibromyalgia - The somatosensory cortex of people with fibromyalgia is more excitable and thus more likely to interpret touch as painful. [read more] February 02, 2015 Manyoel Lim, PhD et al.
# of Ratings: 16 | comments: 2
Reduced Volume of Hippocampus May Be Related to Cognitive Problems in Fibromyalgia - Researchers found that reduced hippocampal volume may play a role in the cognitive problems of people with fibromyalgia. [read more] February 13, 2015 Christina S McCrae, et al.
# of Ratings: 14 | comments: 1
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