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FEATURE Matter over mind: The strange case of the ME study

2016 (Vol. 27 Issue 7)

Some doctors still believe that CFS/ME is mostly in the mind, a view that was supported by the influential PACE study. Now the researchers have been forced to reveal that they had inflated the figures

NEWS It’s all in the gut, part 2: ME and chronic fatigue markers found in bacteria

June 29th 2016

Researchers have located biological markers that demonstrate that ME (myalgic encephalomyelitis) and chronic fatigue syndrome aren’t ‘in the head’ as doctors often tell sufferers: they’re in the gut.

NEWS 3 per cent of 16-year-olds suffering from ME

January 27th 2016

Something is happening to our teenagers. Around 3 per cent of 16-year-olds suffer from chronic fatigue syndrome or ME that’s so severe they are regularly missing more than half a day of school every week.

FEATURE What causes ME?

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

A number of triggers appears to set it off, including:

FEATURE ME: The first things to do

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

ME is not just fatigue; neurological symptoms may be worse

FEATURE ME: Diets and Supplements

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Diet is the first area to pay attention to when ME is suspected

FEATURE ME: The pesticide connection

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

One cause of chronic fatigue syndrome could be exposure toorganophosphate pesticides and insecticides


2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

ME (myalgia encephalitis) or chronic fatigue syndrome is a disablingdisease that has finally been recognized by the World HealthOrganization as a disease of the nervous system

FEATURE ME: The link with thyroid problems

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Thyroid problems may be a culprit behind unexplained diseases such asME/CFS and FMS

FEATURE Fluoride and ME

2007 (Vol. 18 Issue 3) /

Although few researchers have looked at the role of fluoride in thedevelopment of ME, there are conspicuous similarities between keyfeatures of ME/chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) and those seen in thevery early stages of fluoride poisoning

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