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    1. Exercise Helps Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

      July 22, 2004 -- With three months of regular exercise, chronic fatigue syndrome sufferers can get renewed energy, a new report shows. Chronic fatigue syndrome has long been a mystery -- a major health problem that severely affects quality of life, even the ability to carry on with usual day-to-day

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    2. High Price of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Set

      June 24, 2004 -- The physical and mental fatigue caused by chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) costs the U.S. more than $9 billion each year in lost productivity alone, according to a new study. Researchers say CFS affects between 400,000 and 800,000 people in the U.S. The mysterious condition of unknown

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    3. Tricky Heart May Cause Chronic Fatigue

      April 14, 2003 -- Many people with chronic fatigue syndrome may have a serious heart problem. A new finding hints that blood circulation problems may be an underlying cause of the mysterious illness. Nobody is sure what causes chronic fatigue syndrome. As more becomes known, it's likely that some ch

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    4. Chronic Fatigue Is Very Disabling, Doctors Say

      Nov. 20, 2001 -- If you have chronic fatigue, do you feel as if it has led you down a long road of frustration? You're not alone. Diagnosing and treating this mysterious -- and disabling -- medical problem is a source of aggravation for doctors too. Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is also known as ch

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    5. Two Treatments for Chronic Fatigue Top the List

      Sept. 19, 2001 -- Chronic fatigue is a perplexing medical problem for patients and doctors, and so far, there are no great answers for treating it. But researchers are furiously looking for which treatments seem to lead the pack in helping people with this crippling disease. Doctors do not know what

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    6. Possible New Cause of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Identified

      May 29, 2001 -- Yet another potential cause of chronic fatigue syndrome has been uncovered, this time by an Australian group of researchers. They implicate an abnormality in a body system called the anandamide system, but a U.S. chronic fatigue syndrome expert is not convinced by their early finding

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    7. Protein May Lead to First Test for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

      Feb. 16, 2000 (New York) -- It's been labeled everything from a stress disorder to the "yuppie flu," but a study in the February issue of The American Journal of Medicine suggests that chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS), for which there is no real diagnostic test, causes changes to the immune system tha

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    8. Researchers Pinpoint Chronic Fatigue Sufferers Who Are More Likely to Recover

      Dec. 14, 1999 (Cleveland) -- Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) is more likely to improve in patients who have less unclear thinking and fewer symptoms that seem to be unrelated to CFS. Those who improved were also more likely to have infrequent awakening, to sleep fewer hours, and to be married. That's

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    9. The Mysteries of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

      Nov. 9, 1999 (Atlanta) -- Chronic fatigue syndrome -- a debilitating illness that over the last decade has been called Epstein-Barr virus, chronic mononucleosis, and yuppie flu -- may be an illness caused by one or more infections, according to a paper appearing in the current issue of Annals of Beh

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