The latest news on fibromyalgia syndrome and chronic fatigue syndrome is posted below in support of Fibromyalgia Network’s mission to educate patients and the media with ad-free reporting.
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Omega-3 fatty acid (FA) supplements can benefit your joints and cardiovascular system, but what about the pain of fibromyalgia?Read the complete article.
Have you ever considered if having fibromyalgia puts you at greater risk of developing osteoarthritis?Read the complete article.
Three exceptional reports that illuminate what is happening in the brains of people with fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
A report of a retroviral link to chronic fatigue syndrome can be exciting and alarming news.Read the complete article.
Studies show that supplementing 5 grams a day of creatine can improve cognitive function and build muscle strength, yet it’s relatively free of side effects.Read the complete article.
During and after exertion is when CFS and fibromyalgia patients say they feel the worst, so that’s where researchers are looking to generate biomarkers.Read the complete article.
If acid reflux is burning you up at night, an old and inexpensive medication may be just what the doctor ordered.Read the complete article.
The pain inhibitory system is the suspected area where Savella (milnacipran) works to reduce pain in people with fibromyalgia.Read the complete article.
You might not have to work as hard as you think to benefit from an exercise program.Read the complete article.
A preliminary trial using low doses of this drug is showing reduced pain in fibromyalgia patients.Read the complete article.