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Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of January 14, 2013

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The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of January 14, 2013 are…

First up, make sure to catch our article New Standard Needed To Help Consumers, Organizations Choose Foods Rich In Whole Grains. According to the article, current standards for classifying foods as “whole grain” are inconsistent and in some cases, misleading. This claim comes from a new study by Harvard School of Public Health (HSPH) researchers. This inaccurary affects many people, not just the fibromyalgia community. More stringer standards are needed as a matter of public health.

Next up we have the Natural Remedy Reference Guide #fibromyalgia #blogboost. This guide offers natural remedies for those suffering from the cold/flu, arthritis, anxiety/stress, and more. Natural remedies perfectly align with the popular idea of homeopathic solutions being the best treatment for fibromyalgia or issues that fibromyalgia makes worse, such as viruses. This chart is one you’ll want to print out for sure.

Our third article focuses on two yummy berries indeed—blueberries and strawberries! According to researchers, both reduce the chance of heart attacks in women. And as I said before, even if they don’t reduce the chance of heart attacks specifically, each fruit is packed with nutrition, so it’s not going to hurt you to eat them. Take a look at the article Blueberries And Strawberries May Reduce Women’s Risk Of Heart Attack to learn more.

Central Sensitivity Syndrome is an umbrella term that consists of conditions like chronic fatigue syndrome and fibromyalgia. Central Sensitivity Syndrome: Umbrella Term for Fibromyalgia, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome explains more about why this term is important and how all this diseases relate back to central sensitization.

And our last article features a very controversial topic: flu shots for chronic fatigue syndrome. The article covers new advice that the flu shot is “justified” for chronic fatigue patients, which has many doctors and patients reacting negatively. No matter what side of the debate you are on, you can be sure that somebody will be ready to argue about it. Don’t read the article without also reading the comments that readers left: Flu Shot “Justified” for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome



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