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New Restrictions on Painkillers: Tramadol and Hydrocodone   -   New DEA regulations have reclassified tramadol as a Schedule IV drug and hydrocodone as a Schedule II drug.   [read more]   September 28, 2014   Karen Lee Richards
# of Ratings: 19 | comments: 7

A Fibromyalgia Tale of Two Sisters   -   A story of two different paths fibromyalgia can take.   [read more]   October 10, 2014   Sue Ingebretson
# of Ratings: 20 | comments: 5

Energy-Boosting Fibromyalgia Superfoods   -   Learn about four powerhouse “superfoods” that can help improve overall health and rebuild energy levels.   [read more]   September 24, 2014   Sue Ingebretson
# of Ratings: 28 | comments: 0

SURVEY RESULTS: Pain Treatments   -   Results of ProHealth Survey on Pain Treatments.   [read more]   September 23, 2014   Karen Lee Richards
# of Ratings: 20 | comments: 0

Small Fiber Neuropathy Fibromyalgia Study Raises Questions   -   A recent study of small fiber neuropathy in fibromyalgia patients raises more questions than it answers.   [read more]   October 09, 2014   Cort Johnson
# of Ratings: 14 | comments: 0

Is Venlafaxine Effective for Treating Fibromyalgia?   -   Researchers reviewed five clinical trials evaluating the use of venlafaxine (Effexor) for treatment of fibromyalgia.   [read more]   October 08, 2014   L.A. VanderWeide, et al.
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 0

Can Online Cognitive Behavioral Therapy Help Fibromyalgia?   -   Researchers found that online cognitive behavioral therapy could be helpful for people with fibromyalgia, depression and anxiety.   [read more]   September 27, 2014   Gwendoline Menga, DO, MBA, et al.
# of Ratings: 4 | comments: 2

Fibromyalgia Associated with Decreased Connectivity Between Pain-Related and Sensorimotor Areas of ...   -   Swedish researchers found that fibromyalgia is associated with decreased connectivity between several pain-related and sensorimotor regions of the brain.   [read more]   October 06, 2014   Pär Flodin, et al.
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 0

Increased Sensitivity in Fibromyalgia Not Due to Hypervigilance   -   Researchers demonstrated that the increased sensitivity experienced by fibromyalgia patients is not caused by hypervigilance.   [read more]   October 02, 2014   S. Van Damme, et al.
# of Ratings: 7 | comments: 0

Reduced Intraepidermal Nerve Fiber Density in Skin of Fibromyalgia Patients   -   Researchers in Greece found reduced intraepidermal nerve fiber density in the skin of patients with fibromyalgia.   [read more]   October 14, 2014   Michalis L. Kosmidis, et al.
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 1

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