We provide an update on the measures in place to help people who are in employment during the coronavirus pandemic.
We hear from two champion fundraisers – one of whom is a postwoman – about how the current restrictions are affecting them.
We have extended the deadline for ME Awareness Week stories and want to know how you are coping with the coronavirus restrictions.
Dr Shepherd provides an update and comprehensive guidance for people with ME/CFS.
We are continuing to work as normally as possible during what is a very challenging time for everyone.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary reviews of 4 new studies into ME/CFS.
Jenny McGibbon – hit by M.E. in her late teens – has proved she has what it takes to be a freelance graphic designer.
Amanda Sladdin talks about her efforts to raise funds for M.E. research and how they proved so successful.
A love story about a remarkable Telford family and their sailor dad, who went missing from home after being suddenly struck down with M.E.
New Government guidance has been issued that will affect people with ME/CFS.
The APPG on M.E. held its’ first meeting on 3rd March where biomedical research was discussed.
Dr Shepherd updates on the situation and explains how you can help prevent the spread of this infection and minimise exposure.
Kate Thomson shares her story about she slowly returned to agility training and competition success.
The weekly research bulletin provides summary reviews of 3 new studies into ME/CFS.
Dr Charles Shepherd provides updated information about the virus and how you can help prevent infection.
Sharing your story is one of the best ways we have of improving understanding and awareness of M.E.
If you would like to be part of our arts and craft revival while using the marketplace that best suits you, then please get in touch.
The MEA is backing a play about living with invisible illness which will be put on in one of London’s leading pub theatres during ME Awareness Week.
Drs. Shepherd and Muirhead with Ms. Kingdon from the ME Biobank are presenting lectures on 19th March at Addenbrooke’s Hospital.
MailOnline: Barely able to leave the house, told they are exaggerating and even that their ailment does not exist.