Thursday 7 October 2010
A summary of recent M.E. related stories in the news. Headlines appearing in the media as dated.
Skating into recovery
Judith Gleave celebrates a return to her childhood hobby of ice-skating as part of recovery from M.E. Earlier this year Judith won a bronze medal at the British Adult National Championships.
Woman’s Weekly, p 29
A reader responds to Maggie Alderson’s article What if tomorrow you couldn’t get out of bed? saying that, like Maggie, she has also been diagnosed with post-viral fatigue syndrome and found it very difficult.
Red, p 30
Eating for CFS
Nutritionist and food psychologist Dr Christy Fergusson, who had CFS from the age of 12, believes a combination of the right nutrition and detoxification helped her recover.
Dumbarton & Vale of Leven Reporter, p 2
Doctor fights ban
Dr Sarah Myhill, who specialises in treating people with M.E., has appeared before a General Medical Council review today, to fight her ban on prescribing and an order to take down parts of her website.
Brecon & Radnor Express, p 3
Keren Rolfe, who was diagnosed with M.E. 14 years ago, says she has been given a new lease of life thanks to funds raised for a new electric chair by the Mobility Trust, Rugby Rokeby Lions Club and Lions groups in Southam and Leamington.
Rugby Advertiser, p 2
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