The NIH on the ME/CFS Intramural Study -“Effort Preference”, Exhausted Immune Systems and the Crucial Male/Female Divide

The NIH on the ME/CFS Intramural Study -“Effort Preference”, Exhausted Immune Systems and the Crucial Male/Female Divide

Check out Geoff’s narration The GIST The Full Blog   Ah, the famous (infamous?) NIH Intramural ME/CFS study. Interrupted by the pandemic and dramatically downsized, the “Deep phenotyping of post-infectious myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue...
Unraveled #4: Drs. Ruhoy and Kaufman on Sleep in ME/CFS, FM, long COVID and Allied Diseases

Unraveled #4: Drs. Ruhoy and Kaufman on Sleep in ME/CFS, FM, long COVID and Allied Diseases

Sleep Series This is the 2nd in a series of (at least) 4 blogs on sleep. Health Rising’s Sleep Series  Pt. I – Dr. Bruck Interview – Bronc kicked the series off with an interview of Dr. Bruck – a retired sleep researcher whose son has ME/CFS. Pt. II...
The Nath Intramural ME/CFS Study Pt. II: Missed Opportunities, Misreadings and… Success (?)

The Nath Intramural ME/CFS Study Pt. II: Missed Opportunities, Misreadings and… Success (?)

The second part of a 3-part series of blogs on the “Deep phenotyping of post-infectious myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome” study looks at who was in the study and how they were selected, how severely the study was truncated by the pandemic (quite...
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