Welcome to your magazine. News, research, medical information, tips on management, stories and plans for ME Awareness Week!
Severely disabled woman told moving from mobility chair to sofa suggested she could walk 200 metres unaided.
The weekly research bulletin includes an update to our central research index – available as a free download!
Tickets are now available for the research conference and the MEA is offering student bursaries to encourage student attendance.
Jenny McGibbon has given a compassionate disability twist to the latest Papergang box of stationery treats.
A regular weekly summary of all the latest ME/CFS research. This week: quality of life, prevalence in young people, and cortisol.
“We’re trying to help people who have this illness have information that could be used to argue for more resources for diagnosis and treatment,” Prof Leonard Jason.
This is a new feature that we will be doing at the end of every week as a result of your feedback.
Kate Stanforth’s childhood dream of becoming a professional dancer was crushed due to a chronic condition.
“I saw things in her that I couldn’t see in myself,” Lucy says. “She is an incredibly supportive person even though she struggles every day.”
“My life has completely changed. I try to explain how it feels, it’s like a past life really.”
Conor Hope has been bedbound for the past 18 months with ME/CFS and is desperate for specialist support from the NHS.
The APPG is reconvening. This could be an important opportunity for the M.E. community. Invite your MP to attend!
Doctors at the NIH are using volunteers for a unique study that pushes their limits in search of what’s stealing all their energy.
We’ve updated the free Research Index and feature 18 research studies from December 2019.
Join in the fun of this year’s Kiltwalk in Scotland. Events are held between June and September in cities around the country.
The number of people in Nottinghamshire suffering from fibromyalgia has soared in recent years, according to new NHS figures.
A MODEL has revealed how her life was left “unrecognisable” after being blighted by a cruel energy-sapping disease that took eight years to diagnose.
A woman left bedbound with an incurable illness revealed her fight simply to be believed.
In this month’s survey we are hoping you will support the proposed major study on genetics.