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Fibromyalgia and Your Teeth   -   We don't often think of dental problems being related to fibromyalgia, but the medications we take can cause a side effect that may damage our teeth.   [read more]   April 08, 2015   Melissa Swanson
# of Ratings: 34 | comments: 6

Could a Mitochondrial Enhancer Replace Cymbalta in Fibromyalgia?   -   A study found Acetyl-L-Carnitine comparable to Cymbalta in the areas of mood, well-being and physical functioning in fibromyalgia.   [read more]   April 14, 2015   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 50 | comments: 2

Bad Relations: Study Finds Fight or Flight Response Tied to Pain in Fibromyalgia   -   Researchers found that the sympathetic nervous system may be related to pain intensity in fibromyalgia.   [read more]   April 04, 2015   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 24 | comments: 0

Cell-Charging Compound Gives Steady Energy to Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Patients   -   d-Ribose has been shown in well-designed clinical trials to help restore peak vitality to those struggling with physical and mental fatigue.   [read more]   April 15, 2015  
# of Ratings: 13 | comments: 3

Successful Travel with Fibromyalgia   -   Learn how to make traveling with fibromyalgia more fun and less of a hassle.   [read more]   April 09, 2015   Sue Ingebretson
# of Ratings: 19 | comments: 0

When Physical Trauma and Infection Trigger Fibromyalgia.   -   Researchers found that patients whose fibromyalgia was triggered by an infection had worse physical symptoms but better emotional health.   [read more]   April 19, 2015   Juan Jiao, MD, et al.
# of Ratings: 9 | comments: 0

Researchers Identify a Potential Biomarker to Distinguish Fibromyalgia from Arthritis   -   Japanese researchers have identified mucosal-associated invariant T cells as potential biomarkers to distinguish fibromyalgia from arthritis.   [read more]   April 12, 2015   Chie Sugimoto, et al.
# of Ratings: 14 | comments: 0

Fibromyalgia Characterized by Altered Gray and White Matter in Brain   -   Researchers found that altered gray and white matter in the brain of fibromyalgia patients may contribute to or result from pain dysfunction.   [read more]   April 11, 2015   Hyungjun Kima, et al.
# of Ratings: 13 | comments: 1

Women with Fibromyalgia Have Thinner Corneal Nerves   -   Mexican researchers found that small fiber neuropathy in women with fibromyalgia extends to the corneal nerves.   [read more]   April 21, 2015   Manuel Ramírez, MD, et al.
# of Ratings: 14 | comments: 4

5 Lessons I Have Learned Living With Chronic Illness   -   A patient shares five important lessons she learned about living with chronic illness.   [read more]   April 22, 2015   Donna Grant
# of Ratings: 43 | comments: 1

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