Firstly, let me just say that The York ME Community is not a charity. I will not be asking you to put your hands in your pockets for cash. What I believe we need so much more at the moment is awareness of the illness and for that we need people who are learning about ME and therefore able to tell others. There are ME charities, and if in the future you or your business wish to do a charity run or whatever in aid of ME, I will happily help and support that aim.
From YorkMix. Step into spring this Mother’s Day weekend with beautiful plants for the garden and interior designs for the home. Whether you’re taking your mum to see Marc Almond or the Chimpanzees of Happytown, you are sure to have a happening weekend. As always, York’s comprehensive guide to things do to […]
By Adrienne Dellwo in Very Well. Warm or hot weather can be taxing for those of us with fibromyalgia (FMS) and chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Many of us have temperature sensitivities to either heat, cold or both. Getting overheated can lead to an increase in a host of symptoms. We don’t know a lot […]
By Neil Genzlinger in The New York Times There’s a wheelchair onstage at the Belasco Theater, and it’s drawing an abundance of attention. There’s also a wheelchair onstage at a small theater not far away, and it’s drawing practically no attention at all. The gulf between the two says quite a lot. At […]
By Roger Adams in The Conversation. From the first to the fifth centuries AD, Britain – though not officially Scotland, which lay beyond the frontier at Hadrian’s Wall – was part of the Roman Empire. It was situated at the empire’s westernmost periphery, which was probably a contributing factor in a […]
From YorkMix. With its head office at Clifton Park Avenue, and a restaurant on Goodramgate, the Bengal Brasserie is a York success story. And the business is still growing. Already operating four venues in Yorkshire, the chain of Indian and Bengali restaurants is about to unveil its fifth. The independent group, which […]
By Steven Lubet in The Conversation. The public relies on scientists to report their findings accurately and completely, but that does not always happen. Too often, researchers announce only their most favorable outcomes, while keeping more disappointing results well out of sight. This phenomenon, first identified by the psychologist Robert Rosenthal in […]
By Cort Johnson in Health Rising. A Different Look at the Immune System The ultimate goal of this work is the development of a non-subjective clinical tool for diagnosing patients with ME. Lombardi et. al. Last month Health Rising looked at a potential ion channel biomarker coming out of the NCNED in Australia. […]