NCS Stamford have set themselves an ambitious 3-day target and we wish them all the best of luck.
News | The ME Association - Part 21
We’ve updated the central Research Index and feature 13 ME/CFS research studies from July 2019.
This month we’re asking about your level of illness severity and for a discussion around definitions.
It is Severe ME Day on Thursday, but we think people severely affected deserve to have a full week dedicated to raising awareness.
Sarah Bascombe will be travelling to the Lake District on Saturday to scale the highest mountain in England.
Anna explores how technology can help to include more chronically ill students in education.
John has never tackled anything quite like it before, but was inspired to do something to show support for his daughter Elaine.
This latest article continues to shine an uncritical spotlight on an issue that we really don’t think stands up to scrutiny…
Dr Shepherd talks about the kind of tests employed by researchers, what clinical tests should be taken to rule out misdiagnosis and what those tests can reveal.
This latest review looks at energy production, and the ongoing search for clues as to what might be causing problems in ME/CFS.
We’ve been talking about mental health on social media. Russell explains how he’s faced up to these challenges over the years.
This new 35-page guide is intended for those making both new claims for ESA or for Universal Credit based on health grounds.
Severe M.E. Day is approaching in August, and we are asking you to share your stories and experiences.
Jen Taylor is very kindly raising money for the ME Associaion by selling her fabulous limited edition animal prints.
When does an illness become a disease? Dr Komaroff explores what we know about the biological abnormalities in ME/CFS.
“No human being can endure what we endure as M.E. sufferers and come away unscathed.”
Baroness Blackwood had been misdiagnosed with ME/CFS before it was determined she had Ehlers-Danlos Syndromes (EDS).
We’ve updated our central Research Index and feature 17 ME/CFS research studies from June 2019.
A new group of health professionals – Physios For ME – are seeking your feedback in this month’s MEA website survey.
Simon McGrath has written an authoritative blog about potentially the largest study of ME/CFS in the world!