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Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of May 27, 2013

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The Top 5 Fibro Articles for the Week of May 27, 2013 are…

  • We’ve posted this before, but in honor of Memorial Day, we want to repost the following link to information about Fibromyalgia in Gulf War Veterans. Please make sure to share this info. Read more: Fibromyalgia in Gulf War Veterans
  • In related manner, Researchers Tie Gulf War Illness to Brain Damage discusses how Gulf War Illness stems from damage to the brain, according to Georgetown University researchers. The researchers say they now have physical evidence to show this, and that the evidence may help people suffering from Fibromyalgia and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).
  • Caroline of Caroline’s Breast Cancer blog sure has been through the ringer, though I refuse to offer her my pity because I don’t want to be slapped! (You’ll see what I mean after reading, ha ha!) Find out how this Fibro firecracker lives with pain. She always provides an interesting view point about dealing with illness. Living with Pain
  • DOES YOUR GREATEST TEACHER HAVE FUR? Sue Ingebretson teaches the world about Fibromyalgia and other chronic illnesses. She works as a director of Fibromyalgia and Chronic Pain Center at California State University, Fullerton, plus as a Patient Advocate and the Fibromyalgia Expert on the website for the Alliance Health community of health conditions. All these accomplishments, yet one of her best teachers is the furry Pup, her autoimmune challenged shelter Sheltie. Sheltie provides feel good lessons, for sure.
  • All too often, patients receive a diagnosis without even a hint of an explanation about what it means. Sometimes, it may take a doctor or medical team a while to find out the meaning. Also, diseases affects people differently, meaning things unfold or arise in an unpredictable manner. So these sorts of delays are understandable. Other times, doctors just don’t do their jobs with the care they are supposed to use. If no one’s told you what “chronic” means, it’s time you learned. Read more:

    The Meaning of “Chronic” in Fibromyalgia & Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

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