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It’s a common misconception that fibromyalgia is a manifestation of mental problems,” says Karin B. Jensen, postgraduate at the Department of Clinical Neuroscience. “But in the studies that comprise my thesis, we’ve made careful measurements and have found no correlation at all between pain sensitivity in fibromyalgia patients and the degree of anxiety or depression they show.” Continue reading
One such program is the Arthritis Self-Help course, which was developed at Stanford University in the late 1970’s and has now been taken by over 300,000 people. Continue reading
I’m not normal, I’d think in my head,
I used to think; I’d be better off dead.
My life has been taken, away from me,
It’s so unfair, no reason that I can see. Continue reading
Simple solutions are sometimes the best. Listed are 5 treatments for GERD. It is always best to start with the least invasive, because relief may be a few simple steps away. Continue reading
Acid Reflux is one of the very most normal complaints, moving just about everyone at sometime or another. Also known as GERD (Gastro Esophageal Reflux Disease), this is something relaxed to all of us as heartburn. Continue reading
Are Ritalin Side Effects Worth It? Attention Deficit Disordered (ADD) and Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD) affect about 2 million American children. Each of these conditions is commonly diagnosed in early childhood. Symptoms include, but are not limited to, inability … Continue reading