Trial By Error: PEM Is Bad and So Is Fukuda, New Study Finds

By David Tuller, DrPH A new study in the Journal of Psychosomatic Research, posted December 16th, has reported that patients with chronic fatigue syndrome who experience major post-exertional malaise have a greater burden of psychological distress than those whose PEM is minimal or non-existent. Of course, this is not surprising. The sicker people are, with […]

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