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Graded Exercise Therapy doesn’t restore the ability to work in ME/CFS. Rethinking of a Cochrane Review

Graded Exercise Therapy doesn’t restore the ability to work in ME/CFS. Rethinking of a Cochrane review, by┬áMark Vink, Friso Vink-Niese in Work vol. 66, no. 2, pp. 283-308, 20 July 2020 [doi:10.3233/WOR-203174]   Research abstract: Background: Cochrane recently amended its … Continue reading

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ME/CFS in Colombian workers

Research abstract: Background: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome/Myalgic encephalomyelitis (CFS/ME) is a debilitating and complex disease characterised by intense fatigue and a variety of other symptoms, which are present for at least 6 months. Studies of CFS/ME in the working population are … Continue reading

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An evaluation of fatigue management workshops for Occupational Health professionals

Research abstract & comment by Tom Kindlon: Disabling fatigue is common in the working age population. It is essential that occupational health (OH) professionals are up-to-date with the management of fatigue in order to reduce the impact of fatigue on … Continue reading

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