Friday, April 13, 2012

Cognition & CFS: What Do We Know?

I attended a webinar on April 11 called Cognition & CFS: What Do We Know?
The Research 1st group sponsored this webinar and if you had a headset and audio you could actually talk with the presenters. I don't but used the chat function when I wanted to ask a question.

Seems like CFS/ME and Fibromyalgia are getting more air time on TV and the web and I am really learning a lot from the freebies that are available from various universities and research groups. I have paid $100 and better for professional conferences that were half as good as what was presented in this webinar! I know you are saying why tell me now? too can participate by going the the Research 1st page and sign in to hear it. It was a little technical but it was fun learning what causes issues I have.

There is another webinar coming up on May 9 calle
Sorry the link with the picture doesn't work so to go to the page click here.
I have already signed up cause I like to hear about how people with this disorder cope and this sounds like something right up my alley. Check it out!

1 comment:

kaney said...

Fibromyalgia is a chronic condition causing pain, stiffness, and tenderness of the muscles, tendons, and joints. Fibromyalgia is also characterized by restless sleep, awakening feeling tired, fatigue, anxiety, depression, and disturbances in bowel function. Fibromyalgia is not progressive,it is not life-threatening, but it is as yet incurable.

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