Exercise Can Ease Fibromyalgia
Benefits May Last Up to a Year
Growth Hormone Eases Fibromyalgia Pain
Improves Stiffness, Reduces Number of Tender Points
Fibromyalgia Treatment Raises Eyebrows
Amazing Results Claimed With Electric Therapy; Experts Skeptical
Fibromyalgia Husbands Suffer, Too
Spouses of Patients Feel More Stress, Depression
Predicting Who Will Get Chronic Fatigue
Mono Infection, Physical Fitness Play a Role
Cranial Electrotherapy and Fibromyalgia
Electrotherapy Looks Promising -- but Are Results Too Good to Be True?
Antidepressants and Fibromyalgia
Some -- but not necessarily all -- of the millions of Americans with fibromyalgia may benefit from antidepressants, according to a review article in the March/April issue of the journal Psychosomatics.
Fibromyalgia Is Common, Painful Problem for Many Women
Fibromyalgia is a chronic, painful condition that affects an estimated 3.7 million people in the U.S., most of whom are women.
Body System Malfunctions May Contribute to Fibromyalgia
According to the findings of a recent study, women with fibromyalgia may have malfunctions in two key systems -- the autonomic ('automatic' or self-controlling) nervous system and the HPA axis, which regulates production of certain hormones and the body's
Low-Dose Hydrocortisone May Also Ease CFIDS Symptoms
People with chronic fatigue and immune disease syndrome (CFIDS) have abnormally low corticosteroid levels. Now, a study by British researchers shows that giving low doses of hydrocortisone to people with CFIDS may lessen the risk of side effects and serious adrenal-gland problems.
Fibromyalgia 10 Years Later: Medical Community Still Puzzled
For fibromyalgia sufferers who think their condition doesn't receive adequate attention from the medical community, a new report only fuels the fire.