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Models Suggesting Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is "Amenable to Intervention" Provide...

Models Suggesting Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising. By Cort Johnson “The objective is to deliver relief as quickly as possible but to keep working on the problem until we find a cure.” – Gordon Broderick Dr. Gordon Broderick of Dr. Klimas’ Institute for Neuro Immune Medicine at Nova Southeastern University (NSU) was in a loquacious mood. He likes what he’s seeing from his working group and from the field in general, and as we wandered from NSU poster to poster at the IACFS/ME Conference, he was happy to talk about it. Defining Moment He’s an interesting guy with a more than interesting approach to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.... [Read More]
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The Muscle-Brain Connection in ME/CFS Revealed...

The Muscle-Brain Connection in ME/CFS Revealed Reprinted with the kind permission of Cort Johnson and Health Rising. By Cort Johnson, July 22, 2014 People with Chronic Fatigue Syndrome have weakened muscles and, let’s face it, weakened brains as well. They can’t exercise worth a darn and their ability to focus, to process information quickly and to retain it, is shall we say, blunted. One would think those two problems are not related, but a recent Belgium study suggests they are intimately related.   We recently saw Dr. Bateman incorporate a bunch of different findings into a ‘big picture’ view of ME/CFS. This studies findings suggest that was a good thing to do. The Study Can recovery of peripheral muscle function predict cognitive task performance in chronic fatigue syndrome with and without fibromyalgia? Ickmans K, Meeus M, De Kooning M, Lambrecht L, Pattyn... [Read More]

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Ask the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME Doctor
Richard Podell, M.D., MPH
Richard Podell, M.D., MPH a graduate of Harvard Medical School and the Harvard School of Public Health, has been treating patients with ME-CFS and Fibromyalgia for more than 20 years. A clinical professor at New Jersey's Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, Dr. Podell see patients at his Summit, NJ and Somerset, NJ offices.
New Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Symptom or Something Else?
Q: ..."After the slightest exertion I have hyperydrosis on face and head with concomitant temp rise to 99.6 from my very normal 98.6 degrees. I am dripping sweat right now. WHY? Any thoughts?"

A: ... "Thank you for writing. You've developed a new symptom, and are not sure where to turn for help. My key message is this: while this might all be a flare up of your CFS, it's critical that you and your doctors assume first and foremost that the cause is something else.

Ruling out all other plausible dangerous diagnoses should be the prompt priority. You want your physician to imagine that you don't have CFS, and for arguments sake, that your leukemia is still in perfect control... [more]

Video of the Week

Biomarkers and the Future of ME/CFS Treatment



Professor Julia Newton is Clinical Professor of Ageing and Medicine, and Dean of Clinical Medicine, at Newcastle University, UK. She is also the Associate Medical Director for Research in Newcastle Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. In this video, Dr. Newton talks about using markers for other autoimmune diseases to determine biomarkers for ME/CFS. See more video favorites


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Disability Corner

Ask the Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/ME Disability Attorney Jason A. Newfield has spent many years aggressively representing claimants in long term disability insurance and other insurance claims and litigation. [more] Long Term Disability Insurance Claims and the Appeals Process

Long term disability insurance companies have a well-deserved reputation for delaying and denying claims from ME/CFS patients. Not a pleasant fact, but true. Understanding the claims process and the appeals process that follows may help take the sting out of what seems like a personal rejection.

Delaying or denying claims for ME/CFS patients is a routine matter for LTD companies, as this condition is still considered to be a syndrome and not an illness. That's the first challenge. Medical records that clearly document not only your symptoms, but the way in which... [more]

 

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