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April

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 28 April 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Unrest Director Documents Debilitating Life With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Thursday 27 April 2017: A radio interview with US ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea about her documentary movie Unrest.

Gut Bacteria In ME/CFS May Influence Disease Severity
Thursday 27 April 2017: A new study in the journal Microbiome from Drs Ian Lipkin and Mady Hornig at Columbia University Center for Infection and Immunity finds abnormal levels of certain types of bacteria in the gut microbiome of ME/CFS patients.

Fibromyalgia Patients Sleep Less And Worse Than Healthy People, Study Says
Wednesday 26 April 2017: People with Fibromyalgia have more difficulty falling asleep and sleep worse and less compared to the general population, according to the results of a new review.

'Bubble Girl' Amelia Hill Enjoys Brief Ray Of Sunshine
Tuesday 25 April 2017: A profile of South Australian ME/CFS/MCS sufferer Amelia Hill.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 25 April 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Bedfest
Monday 24 April 2017: BedFest is a virtual concert on 6 May 2017 to showcase the experience of living with ME/CFS as expressed through song, spoken word, poetry or silent expression in the form of a short video clip or photo.

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc Co-Signs International Open Letter
Monday 24 April 2017: ME/CFS Australia (SA) has serious concerns about methodological design flaws in the PACE trial.

Medicinal Cannabis Prescription Now Allowed By SA Doctors
Sunday 23 April 2017: Doctors will be able to prescribe the medicinal use of cannabis, but only as a short-term treatment, in South Australia from this week.

'It Robs You Of Your Very Being': Life With The Invisible Illness
Sunday 23 April 2017: A profile of UK Fibromyalgia sufferer Jo Allen.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 22 April 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 22 April 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

Award-Winning Vancouver Singer Performs Opera, Musical Theatre And More For Charity
Friday 21 April 2017: This May, an award-winning Canadian soprano will sing to support ME/CFS awareness.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 21 April 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

ME/CFS Genes Study
Thursday 20 April 2017: Nova Southeastern University's Institute of Neuro Immune Medicine is currently recruiting ME/CFS patients and healthy controls for a web-based study to create a one-of-a-kind genetic database for individuals with ME/CFS.

A Content Analysis Of ME/CFS In The News From 1987 To 2013
Wednesday 19 April 2017: A study that analyzed the content of American newspaper articles from 1987 to 2013, in order to understand how the public digests information related to ME/CFS.

Stu Aiming To Inspire Other ME Sufferers
Tuesday 18 April 2017: A profile of UK ME/CFS sufferer Stu Laurie.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 18 April 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Cannes '17: Scottish Student Film Wild Horses To Compete
Monday 17 April 2017: According to a report on suntimes.com, cannabinoids present in medical marijuana help to ease pain, as well as increase appetite and relieve the feeling of nausea.

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc Co-Signs International Open Letter
Monday 17 April 2017: ME/CFS Australia (SA) has serious concerns about methodological design flaws in the PACE trial.

Medical Marijuana Could Be An Effective Weapon Against Fibromyalgia Pain
Sunday 16 April 2017: According to a report on suntimes.com, cannabinoids present in medical marijuana help to ease pain, as well as increase appetite and relieve the feeling of nausea.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 15 April 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 15 April 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

First Light-Activated Analgesic May Change How Pain Disorders Are Treated, Study Suggests
Friday 14 April 2017: Scientists at the Institute of Neurosciences of the University of Barcelona helped develop the first light-activated drug, called JP-NP-26, for the treatment of pain.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 14 April 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Fragrance Is A Hidden Hazard
Thursday 13 April 2017: A lecture by Professor Anne Steinemann, Chair of Sustainable Cities, School of Engineering, University of Melbourne.

Petition: ICD Review
Wednesday 12 April 2017: A petition by ME Action to ensure that The World Health Orgnization's International Classification of Disease correctly categorises ME/CFS.

CNS Findings In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome And A Neuropathological Case Report
Wednesday 12 April 2017: Research published in the Journal of Investigative Medicine.

Phoebe's Global Challenge Has A Vital Message For Everyone
Tuesday 11 April 2017: A profile of UK ME/CFS sufferer Phoebe Howlett.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 11 April 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc Co-Signs International Open Letter
Monday 10 April 2017: ME/CFS Australia (SA) has serious concerns about methodological design flaws in the PACE trial.

Proof That A Gluten-Free Diet For Fibromyalgia Really Works
Monday 10 April 2017: A study published in Rheumatology International reveals that Fibromyalgia patients who have not been diagnosed with celiac disease may still benefit from going on a gluten-free diet.

Fab Pop-Up Shop At Kimbers' Farm Shop
Sunday 9 April 2017: An article about UK woman Sarah Goodman, who is using her range of dog products to raise awareness of ME/CFS.

Society Seminar Reminder
Saturday 8 April 2017: A reminder that the society's next seminar will be held today (8 April 2017).

Entertainment Book
Saturday 8 April 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 8 April 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

University Of Toronto Study Offers Hope To Sufferers Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Friday 7 April 2017: A new University Of Toronto study may lead to help for sufferers of ME/CFS who face debilitating fatigue that can't be cured by rest.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 7 April 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Society Seminar Reminder
Thursday 6 April 2017: A reminder that the society's next seminar will be held this Saturday (8 April 2017).

Scientists Discover Biological Evidence Of "Atypical" Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Thursday 6 April 2017: Scientists at the Center for Infection and Immunity at Columbia University’s Mailman School of Public Health are the first to report immune signatures differentiating two subgroups of ME/CFS: "classical" and "atypical".

Dealing With Chronic Fatigue And Pain
Wednesday 5 April 2017: A New Zealand radio interview with US ME/CFS specialist Dr Charles Lapp.

Review: Unrest
Wednesday 5 April 2017: A review of ME/CFS documentary Unrest by ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea.

Biological Underpinnings Of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Begin To Emerge
Tuesday 4 April 2017: A profile of US CFS specialist Ronald Davis and his latest research developments.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 4 April 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Musician With ME Produces EP From Her Bed
Monday 3 April 2017: A profile of US musician and ME/CFS sufferer Kaeley Pruitt-Hamm.

The Shift: Top Science Journal Asserts Shift In Attitude Towards ME/CFS Has Occurred
Sunday 2 April 2017: An article by Cort Johnson for Simmaron Research.

Do Graded Activity Therapies Cause Harm In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome?
Sunday 2 April 2017: A discussion of Grade Exercise Therapy in ME/CFS by Tom Kindlon.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 1 April 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 1 April 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.
March

ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc Co-Signs International Open Letter
Friday 31 March 2017: ME/CFS Australia (SA) has serious concerns about methodological design flaws in the PACE trial.

PACE Trial Commentaries In The Journal Of Health Psychology Made Open Access
Friday 31 March 2017: It has been agreed by the publisher of The Journal of Health Psychology that all of the commentaries on the PACE trial will be made Open Access at no charge to the authors.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 31 March 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Carte Blanche: Missing Millions
Thursday 30 March 2017: South African current affairs TV program Carte Blanche looks into ME/CFS.

Wollongong Artist Determined To Exhibit At World Of Wearable (WOW) Art Awards Show In New Zealand
Wednesday 29 March 2017: A profile of Australian artist and ME/CFS sufferer Lucy Kennedy, who is entering her work in the World Of Wearable (WOW) Art Awards Show in New Zealand.

ACT ME/Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Society May Cut Programs After SHOUT Shuts
Tuesday 28 March 2017: An article from The Canberra Times.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 28 March 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

UK Debate Petition
Monday 27 March 2017: A petition to debate in UK Parliament the absence of an effective policy for the treatment of ME/CFS.

World Expert In Chronic Fatigue To Share Research Findings In New Zealand
Sunday 26 March 2017: Dr Charles Lapp, an international expert in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia will visit New Zealand to talk about how the debilitation conditions can be managed.

How A Study About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Was Doctored, Adding To Pain And Stigma
Saturday 25 March 2017: An article about the unmasking of data manipulation at the root of the PACE trial.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 25 March 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 25 March 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

An Open Letter To Psychological Medicine, Again!
Friday 24 March 2017: An article on Virology Blog.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 24 March 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Yet More Research Shows Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Is Real. When Will Health Services Catch Up?
Thursday 23 March 2017: An article by Australian ME/CFS sufferer Naomi Chainey.

UK Woman To Take On London Marathon Despite Illness
Wednesday 22 March 2017: A UK woman is determined to get through the London Marathon in April despite having Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Cognitive Neuroscientists Use Systems Level Approach To Search For Cause Of CFS
Tuesday 21 March 2017: A press release from DePaul University in the US.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 21 March 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Getting It Wrong On Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Monday 20 March 2017: An article published in The New York Times.

Finance Chief 'Faked Chronic Fatigue To Claim £2.4Million From Insurance Company'
Sunday 19 March 2017: A UK financier who claimed chronic fatigue left him unable to get out of bed is battling accusations that he faked his symptoms to claim millions of pounds in insurance payouts.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 18 March 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 18 March 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 17 March 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

ME/CFS Equals SEID
Thursday 16 March 2017: A research paper that examined how subjects fit SEID criteria and existing ME/CFS case definitions early in their illness.

This Cannabis Patch Is Changing Lives When It Comes To Pain Relief
Wednesday 15 March 2017: A profile of Cannabis Science, a US company that has developed cannabis pain patches for the relief of pain in conditions such as Fibromyalgia.

Living Well With Pain Consumer Symposium
Tuesday 14 March 2017: Painaustralia and The University of Adelaide will host a unique forum for people to hear from leading pain specialists - the Living Well With Pain Consumer Symposium, on Sunday 9 April 2017.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 14 March 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

SXSW Film: "Unrest" Examines Pain-Riddled Life With Chronic Fatigue
Monday 13 March 2017: An article about US ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea's documentary film Unrest.

Researchers Working To Provide Relief For Sufferers Of Chronic Fatigue
Sunday 12 March 2017: Researchers are now helping those tired of chronic fatigue syndrome.

Entertainment Book
Saturday 11 March 2017: The Society has Entertainment Books for sale.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 11 March 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 10 March 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Review Of 'The Case Against Fragrance' By Kate Grenville
Thursday 9 March 2017: A review by Committee member Deborah Marlin of The Case Against Fragrance by Kate Grenville.

For Chronically Ill People Like Me, The ACA Repeal Is Life Or Death
Wednesday 8 March 2017: An article by US severe ME/CFS sufferer Jamison Hill.

Fibromyalgia Patients Make Their Case For Medical Marijuana
Tuesday 7 March 2017: An article from Maltese website Lovin Malta.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 7 March 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Neural Signature For Fibromyalgia
Monday 6 March 2017: Researchers recently found a neural signature that can identify fibromyalgia with incredible accuracy.

UK Woman Appealing For Help In Adopting Nervous Dog That Has Been Waiting For Home For Years
Sunday 5 March 2017: UK ME/CFS sufferer Xanthe Anderson is trying to adopt a dog that has been waiting for a home for more than four years.

Kate Grenville Interview: Why Perfumes Are Making You Sick
Saturday 4 March 2017: An interview with Kate Grenville, author of The Case Against Fragrance.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 4 March 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

Australian Government Seeking Expert Advice On ME And CFS Research Grants
Friday 3 March 2017: Senator Scott Ludlam asked about the progress of proposals to research ME and CFS at a budget estimates hearing in Parliament House, Canberra.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 3 March 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Sick Cornish Mum Too Sick To Work Asks For Help To Raise Funds To Make Her Son's 'Dream Come True'
Thursday 2 March 2017: Cornish ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia sufferer Joanne Bawden has put out a plea for people to help raise funds in a race against time to help make her son's 'dream come true'.

NVCBR Researchers Close In On A Diagnostic Test For ME/CFS Patients
Wednesday 1 March 2017: Scientists at Nevada Center for Biomedical Research have taken the first step in developing a clinical assay for diagnosing ME/CFS patients through the creation of an antibody immune signature.
February

List Of Medical Marijuana Use May Expand In New Jersey
Tuesday 28 February 2017: A video from US (New Jersey) TV program SNJ Today.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 28 February 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Plaudits For New South African TV News Documentary On ME/CFS
Monday 27 February 2017: A video from South African current affairs TV program Carte Blanche.

When It's An Effort To Just Get Out Of Bed
Monday 27 February 2017: A profile of Irish Fibromyalgia sufferer Catherine Keaney.

Neural Consequences Of Post-Exertion Malaise In ME/CFS
Sunday 26 February 2017: Research published in Brain, Behavior, and Immunity.

Stanford Team Announces Update On ME/CFS Research
Saturday 25 February 2017: A research team at Stanford University has given an update on some of the breakthroughs its team has made in understanding the metabolic cycles that are not working properly in people with ME/CFS that might be at the heart of the disease.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 25 February 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

Four New Ailments Being Added To Connecticut Medical Marijuana Program
Friday 24 February 2017: Proposals to add fibromyalgia, muscular dystrophy, shingles and rheumatoid arthritis to the list of painful ailments that qualify for Connecticut's medical marijuana program were recently endorsed by a state agency.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 24 February 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

One Of The Biggest Myths About Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Just Got Debunked
Thursday 23 February 2017: Australian researchers have shown for the first time that CFS is linked to a faulty cell receptor in immune cells.

Death Eater From Harry Potter Films Moves To Eastbourne
Thursday 23 February 2017: A profile of British actor Jon Campling, whose wife, Ali, has ME/CFS.

Gold Coast Researchers Make Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Breakthrough
Wednesday 22 February 2017: In a world first, Gold Coast researchers have made an important breakthrough in understanding the cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Halstead Resident Bids To Start Support Group After Feeling 'Alone' During Battle With Fibromyalgia
Tuesday 21 February 2017: A UK woman with Fibromyalgia is hoping to kick-start a support group after feeling "alone" during her battle with the disease.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 21 February 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Relief At Last? The Next Generation Of Opioid Drugs, Fibromyalgia And Chronic Pain
Monday 20 February 2017: An article by Cort Johnson of Health Rising.

Ampligen Petition
Sunday 19 February 2017: A petition from UK organisation ME Action.

The Invisible Disease: Fibromyalgia Sufferers Speak Out
Saturday 18 February 2017: A profile of West Australian Fibromyalgia sufferer Michelle Greenwood.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 18 February 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

Student Seeking Feedback From ME/CFS Patients
Friday 17 February 2017: Brooke Denmark, a US student working on her Masters in Social Work, is asking ME/CFS sufferers to fill in a questionnaire about life with the disease.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 17 February 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Thousands Could Have Lyme Disease Without Knowing
Thursday 16 February 2017: A UK campaign to raise awareness of Lyme disease has found that thousands of people could be living with the condition, having been diagnosed with something else.

Gross And Fine Motor Function In Fibromyalgia And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Wednesday 15 February 2017: A research paper published in Dove Medical Press.

Metabolic Switch May Bring On Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Tuesday 14 February 2017: Evidence is mounting that Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is caused by the body swapping to less efficient ways of generating energy.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 14 February 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Some 270 Norwegian Students Drop School For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Monday 13 February 2017: In the last academic year, there were about 270 primary and secondary students in Norway who did not participate in education due to ME/CFS.

People Say 'Oh, I Think I Had That Last Week' – Lisa Battles Illness And Stigma
Sunday 12 February 2017: A profile of UK ME/CFS sufferer Lisa Whight and her support group Chronic Fatiguers Unite.

UniSA Gaming Study Recruitment
Saturday 11 February 2017: South Australian volunteers are asked to participate in a study entitled 'Pacing to increase physical activity for adults with ME/CFS: Are active video games a feasible and acceptable strategy?'.

Medicinal Cannabis Still Too Costly For Christchurch Woman
Friday 10 February 2017: The high cost of medicinal cannabis means the drug will remain out of reach for a New Zealand woman with Fibromyalgia, despite the Government making it more accessible.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 10 February 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Illness With Pain 'Like Being Hit By A Bus' Forces Cafe Owner To Leave Business Behind
Thursday 9 February 2017: A profile of UK Fibromyalgia sufferer Joanne Cartwright.

AM Tells Fibromyalgia To Rock Off In A Bid To Raise Funds For Treatment
Thursday 9 February 2017: A caring husband in the UK is saying "rock off" to Fibromyalgia in a bid to raise funds for treatment for all local sufferers.

How To Be Disabled, According To Stock Photography
Wednesday 8 February 2017: An article about what the photo service Shutterstock considers "disabled" to be.

Interview With Jennifer Brea
Tuesday 7 February 2017: Filmmaker and ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea talks about her new documentary, Unrest.

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 7 February 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Interview With Ron Davis
Monday 6 February 2017: Scientific Advisory Board Director Ronald Davis, PhD, answers questions on new technology and strategies for "fast-tracking" ME/CFS research.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Even Worse In Japan Than US
Monday 6 February 2017: An analysis of an article entitled "Ministry of Health Survey Reveals Harsh Reality of ME/CFS Patients in Japan" by Japan ME Association president Mieko Shinohara.

How Gut Bacteria Is Helping To Unpack Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Sunday 5 February 2017: Researchers at Melbourne University have been studying the metabolites (AKA products of metabolism) and gut microbiota in the faeces, blood and urine of those with ME/CFS.

Scottish Drummer Hit By Crippling Pain To Share Story Of Recovery To Help Others Battling Conditions
Saturday 4 February 2017: A profile of Scottish drummer Mairi Newberry.

NikkiJo Tyrrell's Life Has Been 'On Hold' Since She Got Lyme Disease And ME/CFS
Friday 3 February 2017: A profile of New Zealand Lyme Disease and ME/CFS sufferer NikkiJo Tyrrell.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 3 February 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Unrest Documentary To Air On US TV
Thursday 2 February 2017: The PBS network has acquired US broadcast rights to the ME/CFS documentary film Unrest for its Emmy Award-winning series Independent Lens.

Raising Awareness Of Fibromyalgia
Thursday 2 February 2017: UK motor sport driver Adam Higgins is trying to raise funds to increase awareness of Fibromyalgia.

I'm Not Faking Being Sick; I'm Actually Faking Being Well
Wednesday 1 February 2017: An article by Fibromyalgia sufferer Robin Dix.
January

Participants Needed For Online Survey
Tuesday 31 January 2017: Researchers from University of SA and Flinders University are looking to understand consumer health care needs.

Society Seminars For 2017
Tuesday 31 January 2017: Dates for the ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc 2017 seminars.

How Great Human Beings Find Their Purpose
Monday 30 January 2017: A profile of US ME/CFS sufferer and documentary filmmaker Jennifer Brea.

Jen Brea's Outrageously Successful Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME) TED Talk
Monday 30 January 2017: An article by Health Rising's Cort Johnson about US ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea's recent TED Talk.

Prevalence Of Fibromyalgia Increases With Age, Linked To Poor Quality Of Life, Study Says
Sunday 29 January 2017: The prevalence of Fibromyalgia may increase with age, according to results obtained in a study with Turkish patients.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee (CFSAC) Meeting Summary
Saturday 28 January 2017: An update from Solve CFS Initiative president Carol Head.

Controversial GP Receives Australia Gong
Friday 27 January 2017: A controversial Sydney GP who treats patients who "fall through the cracks of old paradigms of medicine" has been granted a Medal of the Order of Australia.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 27 January 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Wearables - Hope For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome And Fibromyalgia?
Thursday 26 January 2017: Health Rising's Cort Johnson discusses the potential of wearable technology for use in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia.

Unrest Movie Reviews
Wednesday 25 January 2017: Two reviews of the feature-length documentary Unrest, a film by Jennifer Brea about ME/CFS.

Australian Netballer Returns To The Game After ME/CFS
Tuesday 24 January 2017: A profile of Australian netballer Kate Yensch.

Brookin Johnson, 30, Defies The Odds After Nearly Dying Three Times
Monday 23 January 2017: A profile of UK Fibromyalgia sufferer Brookin Johnson.

Professional Tennis Player Mona Barthel Suffered From ME/CFS In 2016
Sunday 22 January 2017: German tennis player Mona Barthel was unable to play throughout 2016 due to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Fibromyalgia Patient Outcomes Can Be Improved, 2-Year Prospective Study Reveals
Saturday 21 January 2017: A two-year study that assessed clinician and patient-reported outcomes among Fibromyalgia patients reveals this patient population can experience certain health improvements.

A Psychosomatic Diagnosis Is A Doctor's Way Of Saying, "I Don't Have A Clue"
Friday 20 January 2017: An article by ME/CFS sufferer Jamison Hill.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 20 January 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Heartbreaking Letter From A UK Woman With Fibromyalgia
Thursday 19 January 2017: UK Fibromyalgia sufferer Peyton Connor has penned a letter to those closest to her.

Jennifer Brea's TED Talk
Wednesday 18 January 2017: A talk that US ME/CFS sufferer Jennifer Brea gave at last summer's TED Summit has just gone live on TED.com.

Possible Mechanism Identified For Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Tuesday 17 January 2017: Protesters crashed Canadian health minister Jane Philpott's meet-and-greet event in Markham on Saturday 14 January.

ME/CFS Protester Interrupts Canadian Health Minister's Event
Monday 16 January 2017: Protesters crashed Canadian health minister Jane Philpott's meet-and-greet event in Markham on Saturday 14 January.

Differing Case Definitions Point To The Need For An Accurate Diagnosis Of ME/CFS
Sunday 15 January 2017: A research article published in the medical journal Fatigue: Biomedicine, Health & Behaviour.

Panel Recommends Medical Pot For Four More Diseases
Saturday 14 January 2017: A US panel has recommended that people in Connecticut suffering from Muscular Dystrophy, Rheumatoid Arthritis, the pain of Fibromyalgia and shingles should be allowed to join that state's medical marijuana program.

'I Went From Being A Salsa Dancer To Someone Who Couldn't Put On My Own Socks'
Friday 13 January 2017: An article by Irish Fibromyalgia sufferer Deirdre Ryan about her experience with the disease.

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 13 January 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

Cognitive Dysfunction In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Molecular Pattern Discovered
Thursday 12 January 2017: A molecular pattern has been discovered with regards to cognitive dysfunction in chronic fatigue syndrome, giving hope for improved diagnosis and treatment.

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome A Kick In The Guts
Wednesday 11 January 2017: An article about recent studies that associate metabolites and microbiota in faeces, blood and urine with ME/CFS.

A Year In Review: 2016's Top Fibromyalgia Stories
Tuesday 10 January 2017: An article by Donna Gregory Burch about developments in Fibromyalgia research in 2016.

Fuel Shortage: Norwegian Study Expands On Energy Problem In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS)
Monday 9 January 2017: An article about the work of Norwegian ME/CFS researchers Dr. Øystein Fluge and Professor Olav Mella.

How Alem Matthees' Letter Helped Solve Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Mystery
Sunday 8 January 2017: An article about the determination of Australian ME/CFS sufferer Alem Mathees to discover the truth of the PACE trial data.

Happy Birthday? Another Year With Fibromyalgia
Saturday 7 January 2017: An article by Fibromyalgia sufferer Lori Galpeer.

Study: Grey Matter Abnormalities Associated With Fibromyalgia
Friday 6 January 2017: A research article entitled "Gray matter abnormalities associated with fibromyalgia: A meta-analysis of voxel-based morphometric studies."

South Australian Health And Medical Research Institute (SAHMRI) Calling For Research Participants
Friday 6 January 2017: Research to evaluate the relationship of the hormones (cytokines) Leptin and Interleukin-6 on the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

It's Time For Doctors To Apologise To Their ME Patients
Thursday 5 January 2017: An article by UK ME/CFS specialist Dr Charles Shepherd.

1 Million Americans Suffer With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome
Wednesday 4 January 2017: A video from US TV station KRISTV.com about Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.

What You Should – And Should Not – Say To Someone With Fibromyalgia
Tuesday 3 January 2017: An article by US Fibromyalgia sufferer Robin Dix.

Arthritis Society Of Canada Funds Medical Marijuana Research For Fibromyalgia Pain
Monday 2 January 2017: The Arthritis Society of Canada is awarding a three-year research grant to Dr. Mark Ware to study the use of medical marijuana (cannabis) for Fibromyalgia pain.

Happy New Year
Sunday 1 January 2017: All of us here at ME/CFS Australia (SA) Inc wish you a Happy New Year.


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