Ask the Doctor: Why is the MTHFR gene important? - [read more] November 11, 2014 Dr. Benjamin Lynch, ND
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The Functional Capacity Evaluation (FCE) and Your Disability Insurance Benefits - Disability attorneys discuss how the Functional Capacity Evaluation may affect fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome cases. [read more] November 10, 2014 Jason A. Newfield and Justin C. Frankel, Attorneys at Law
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Patient Harm: The Facts and the Effects of Fibromyalgia Diagnostic Criteria - A nurse explains how an inaccurate diagnostic criteria for fibromyalgia can harm patients. [read more] November 09, 2014 Celeste Cooper, RN
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Piriformis Syndrome in Fibromyalgia - Case history of a woman with fibromyalgia who has significant hip and sciatic pain. [read more] November 04, 2014 Md Abu Bakar Siddiq, et al.
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Sensory Distress: The Other Side of Fibromyalgia - Study identifies a possible reason for the sensory overload problems experienced by fibromyalgia patients. [read more] November 03, 2014 Cort Johnson
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Study Finds Serotonin Decreases Sensitivity to Pain - Using new techniques on mice, researchers found that increasing serotonin decreased their sensitivity to pain. [read more] November 01, 2014
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Fibro-Fog Does Not Lead to Alzheimer's Disease or Dementia - Researchers found that the cognitive problems experienced by most fibromyalgia patients does not lead to Alzheimer's or dementia as is often feared. [read more] October 30, 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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VIDEO: Ken Questions: The Chronically Ill & Disabled Parking - Ken McKim discusses the harassment people with invisible diseases often suffer for using disabled parking spaces – even when they have a legal permit to do so. [read more] October 27, 2014 Ken McKim
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Fibromyalgia Patients Have Altered fMRI Responses to Non-Painful Sensory Stimulation - Researchers found that fibromyalgia patients have abnormalities in the way their brains respond to non-painful sensory stimulation. [read more] October 26, 2014 Marina López-Solà, et al.
# of Ratings: 5 | comments: 0
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