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“Unrest” Panel Discussion

Jen Brea’s movie, Unrest, is bringing attention to the struggles that people with ME/CFS face. This award-winning film is available on Netflix, Amazon, and your local PBS station, and if you haven’t seen it yet, block out some time to take a look. Jen turns an unflinching camera on her life and the lives of…

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“Normal Town” by Rebecca Adams

One morning three years ago, I woke up early determined to do something “that normal, healthy” people do. I donned a t-shirt and sweats, went to the gym, and jogged on the treadmill for 20 minutes. No big deal, right? Think again. The aftermath of my 20 minute stay in “Normal Town” earned me a…

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Keeping Spirits Bright: Managing the Post-Holiday Letdown

Some people, especially those with chronic disease, experience depression and/or seasonal affective disorder (SAD) after the holidays are over. Dr. Stuart Drescher, a psychologist experienced in working with patients with chronic diseases including ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia, gives tips on how to manage the letdown that often occurs in January and February, when the holidays are over and the days seem dark and dreary.

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Dr. Derya Unutmaz Explains Collaborative Research Center “CRC” with BHC

Derya Unatmaz of Jackson Laboratories explains the partnership between Bateman Horne Center,  Jackson Laboratory, and many other collaborators as part of our exciting new research. Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) is a debilitating illness that afflicts up to two million individuals in the US and lacks both widely accepted therapies for its management as well…

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NIH Awards Announced for ME/CFS Research Centers, BHC Key Member of Research Teams

The National Institute of Health has awarded funding for ME/CFS Collaborative Research Centers and Data Coordinating Center to collaborative research teams that include the Bateman Horne Center of Salt Lake City, Utah (BHC). This funding represents the largest single investment in ME/CFS research in the last decade. BHC is a proud partner and collaborator on two of…

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A Retrospective & Recognition

Dr. Bateman shares a retrospective look at the progress made by Bateman Horne Center in the last two years.  She honors the contribution of Leigh Reynolds and looks ahead with excitement to the future for those impacted by ME/CFS.  Six or seven months into the 2015 launch of Bateman Horne Center — the major financial…

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A Priceless Contribution: A Tribute to Leigh Reynolds

Suzanne Vernon pays tribute to Leigh Reynolds of Altimeter Consulting who broke ground in the evolution of the Bateman Horne Center from a small medical clinic to a nonprofit center of excellence with a national footprint. For the past 5 years, I’ve had the good fortune and honor to work with and learn from an…

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Bateman Horne Center Named “Best in Healthcare”

BHC Best of Salt Lake City

Salt Lake City Award Program Honors BHC for Superior Patient Care Once again, the Bateman Horne Center has been selected for the 2017 Best of Salt Lake City Award in the “Best in Healthcare” category by the Salt Lake City Award Program. “I am humbled and honored that BHC has been selected for this award…

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Honoring Nearly Two Decades of Service

Valene Retires

Beloved member of BHC family retires after 17 years A message from Valene Archibald as she retires after nearly two decades of service to the Bateman Horne Center. Sending her love and gratitude to Dr. B and the many patients she came to know and care so deeply for… Dear Patients and Friends, As some…

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NASA 10-Minute Lean Test

10 Minute Lean Test

A Simple Way to Assess Orthostatic Intolerance On June 7, 2017, at the monthly BHC Education Meeting, Pelle Wall, BHC Research Coordinator, reviewed the procedure and shared information about the research underway. Orthostatic intolerance (OI) is an umbrella term used to describe abnormal autonomic nervous system response to orthostatic challenge.  Orthostatic hypotension (OH), neurally mediated hypotension (NMH) [or…

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