Category Archives: CFS

New Yorker: A Town for People with Chronic-Fatigue Syndrome

I came down with mono in January of 1986 and it was severe for a few weeks and kept me weak until June. I didn’t drop any of my commitments. I kept up with my 15 units at Sierra Community … Continue reading

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Online activists are silencing us, scientists say

LONDON, March 13 (Reuters) – The emails, tweets and blog posts in the “abuse” folder that Michael Sharpe keeps on his computer continue to pile up. Eight years after he published results of a clinical trial that found some patients … Continue reading

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Defeating Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Joe* says: “Luke, just listened to your podcast on chronic fatigue. Amazing work, I myself have been a chronic pain sufferer for years, and can’t help but notice that amongst the redpilled, are the sick. Millenial woes suffers from terrible … Continue reading

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The Case Against Suicide

I am in five 12-step programs and sometimes I meet people who ask me why they should not commit suicide. I usually share from my experience. From 1988 to 1993, I was bedridden about 20 hours a day on average … Continue reading

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Bad science misled millions with chronic fatigue syndrome

Julie Rehmeyer writes: If your doctor diagnoses you with chronic fatigue syndrome, you’ll probably get two pieces of advice: Go to a psychotherapist and get some exercise. Your doctor might tell you that either of those treatments will give you … Continue reading

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