Friday, August 12, 2011

Thursday, August 11, 2011

Researchers Try to Help CFS Patients Despite Fact Patients Want to Kill Them


"It may seem odd at first glance that millions of people of all ages from different cultures and socioeconomic backgrounds could all develop the same psychosomatic symptoms." adds White.  "But to a psychosomatic researcher with a real incentive to find psychological diseases in people who don't seem to have any, it all makes sense."

They solved the problem by creating a whole new category of mental illness.  

"We call it 'Wandering Brain'" says Sharpe proudly.

When asked that if Wandering Brain can convince millions of healthy people to remain sick for the rest of their lives, could it not also convince a dimwit that he was in fact a knowledgeable psychiatric researcher, Sharpe becomes animated.


5 ways to get cheaper medical care -

Wednesday, August 10, 2011

An Open Letter to Simon Wessely

He'll never read it, but it made ME feel better ...

Mary Schweitzer, PhD


Functional impairment in chronic fatigue syndrome, fibromyalgia, MCS

Patients seen at the EHC demonstrated marked functional impairment, consistent with their reported difficulties working and caring for their homes and families during what should be their peak productive years. Early comprehensive assessment, medical management, and social and financial support might avoid the deterioration of function associated with prolonged illness. Education and information resources are required for health care professionals and the public, along with further etiologic and prognostic research.

Tuesday, August 9, 2011

For those who run home-based businesses

Many PWCs find themselves willing to work, but considered unemployable, and therefore start their own businesses.
Here's some helpful information:

I Can't Brain Today: I've Got the Dumb

Katrina Berne discusses cognitive dysfunction ... that's "can't think today" for those of you are currently suffering cognitive dysfunction   :)

Monday, August 8, 2011

The Kafka Pandemic

Hi all,

A quick note on the ICC:


P.S. Please keep voting at Vivint:

The Kafka Pandemic:
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Bigotry against people with serious diseases is still bigotry.