From Our Readers: Comments & Suggestions – 10/22/2014 - Questions, comments and suggestions from our readers. [read more] October 22, 2014
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Cognitive Dysfunction of Fibromyalgia Does Not Impair Driving Ability - German researchers found that the cognitive dysfunction experienced by fibromyalgia patients did not impair their driving ability. [read more] October 28, 2014 Sergey Shmygalev, et al.
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Can Text-Mining Be Used to Identify Common Symptoms and Concerns of Fibromyalgia Patients? - Korean researchers used text mining to identify the symptoms, concerns and interests of fibromyalgia patients. [read more] October 12, 2014 J. Park and Y.U. Ryu
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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.
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Exploring the Significance of MicroRNAs in Fibromyalgia - Researchers identified eight microRNAs that differed significantly between women with FM and healthy women. [read more] October 01, 2014 Jan L. Bjersing, et al.
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A Fibromyalgia Tale of Two Sisters - A story of two different paths fibromyalgia can take. [read more] October 10, 2014 Sue Ingebretson
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Fibromyalgia Prevalence in the General Population - Scottish researchers compared the prevalence of fibromyalgia based on the ACR's three different classification criteria – 1991, 2010 and modified 2010. [read more] October 19, 2014 G.T. Jones
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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.
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VIDEO: Fibromyalgia Pick-Me-Ups: Creativity - Learn some fun ways to help get your focus off of the pain and fatigue by expressing your own inner creativity. [read more] October 20, 2014
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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.
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