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Posts by Leigh Reynolds

Novel Gene Variants in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia

Presented by Alan R. Light, PhD. In February 2017, Dr. Light began a new NIH-funded research grant, Novel Gene Variants in ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia. This is a continuation of earlier work which discovered a number of novel variants in both chromosomal and mitochondrial genes that could contribute to the symptoms found in patients. This talk…

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Guest Post: Student Seeking Feedback from ME/CFS Patients

Brooke Denmark, a student working on her Masters in Social Work, contacted the Bateman Horne Center asking us to share her thesis research questionnaire in order to garner feedback from those living with ME/CFS.  Your participation as a research participants merely involves responding to an online questionnaire. The Bateman Horne Center was not involved in the creation…

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What’s the Buzz – January 2017

Buzz – January 2017: We scoured the Internet to bring you a list of news articles, blogs and research publications we think you’ll find interesting for this month’s What’s the Buzz post.   On January 27th, the NIH made two big announcements of federal funding for ME/CFS collaborative research centers and Data Management and Coordinating Centers. While some feel the…

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BHC Partners with UNREST Premiere at Sundance

After years of work and hundreds of hours of footage, Jen Brea’s documentary, now entitled Unrest, recently debuted at the Sundance Resort as part of the Sundance Film Festival. The Bateman Horne Center (BHC) was honored to partner with Ms. Brea and Unrest on one of several screening events. On Sunday, January 22nd, BHC helped fill a theatre with…

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CFS Advisory Committee (CFSAC)

The Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Advisory Committee (CFSAC) provides advice and recommendations to the Secretary of Health and Human Services (HHS) through the Assistant Secretary for Health on issues related to myalgic encephalomyelitis and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Administrative and management support for CFSAC is provided by the HHS Office on Women’s Health in the Office of…

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Redefining POTS so that Everybody Understands

“Redefining POTS so that everybody understands: a primary care pediatric sports medicine perspective and review” Presented by Dr. Craig Colebey   Postural Orthostatic Tachycardia Syndrome or POTS is a disabling disorder, representing “a common pathway” for multiple different causes.  The heterogenous nature of its pathophysiology presents a challenge in its diagnosis and treatment.  I present…

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Holiday Survival Guide

  Living with ME/CFS and FM changes most everything, including how we celebrate the holidays. Perhaps one of the greatest gifts you can give yourself, or a loved one, is a ‘free pass’ on the guilt you may be tempted take on when you are unable to do it all. We all want a happy…

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Keeping It Clean: Clean and Dirty Suffering

presented by Timothy Weymann, LCSW Life – and chronic illness – has an inherent level of difficulty (i.e., “Clean Suffering”). The natural difficulties of life often trigger conscious and subconscious responses from us; responses we believe will help us solve our concerns. If we fail to critically identify, evaluate and intentionally select our responses to…

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Global Report of Progress with Lucinda Bateman, M.D.

An ME/CS Progress Report Lucinda Bateman, MD, BHC Founder and Medical Director, is actively engaged in ME/CFS and FM thought leadership across the globe. In October she was on the road to take part in and advance the discussions that lead to progress. In a few short weeks she participated in: October 8th – SMCI Scientific…

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What’s the Buzz – October

Buzz – October: Each month we scour the Internet to bring you a summary of news articles, blogs and research publications we think you’ll find interesting for our What’s the Buzz post. This month, Suzanne D. Vernon, PhD, BHC Research Liaison, highlights and summarize two recent research publications for you:   The Importance of Measuring Symptoms ME/CFS is…

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