- It started with a... (InterAction 66, Winter 2008)
Prof. Tony Pinching leads the second installment of a two part article looking at potential triggers and causes of M.E.
- "One day I felt fine, then bang!" (InterAction 64, Summer 2008)
Leigh Fenton looks at potential triggers and causes of M.E. in the first section of a two part article.
Articles which were published in 2007 or earlier (listed below) may only appear in PDF format. Please be aware that this is an historical archive ie. information will become increasingly out-of-date as time goes on.
- International research round-up from IACFS Florida (InterAction 59, Spring 2007)
Dr Derek Pheby discusses the hard science at the IACFS conference.
- Crop spraying: could pesticide exposure have caused your M.E.? (InterAction 56, Summer 2006)
Georgina Downs of the UK Pesticides Campaign looks at case studies and research linking pesticide exposure to the onset of M.E.
- Research update: CFIDS Chronicle runs a special issue on `The science and research of CFS' (InterAction 56, Summer 2006)
Review by Tony Golding.
- Lyme disease - is there any overlap with M.E.? (InterAction 55, Spring 2006)
Former nurse Maggie Leathley attempts to make sense of this complex issue.
- Altered gene expression in CFS/M.E. patients (InterAction 51, Spring 2005)
Research article presented by the CFS Research Foundation.
- The muscle in M.E: It isn't all deconditioning! (InterAction 50, Winter 2004)
Dr Vance Spence explores under-diagnosis and impractical testing in relation to muscular fatigue.
- Risk factors for severe M.E. part 1 (InterAction 49, Autumn 2004)
Researchers Derek Pheby and Lisa Saffron help us with our study into risk factors of severe M.E./CFS.
- Soldiering on: M.E. in the military (InterAction 48, Summer 2004)
Personal stories from members of the armed forces.
- Research into treatment for parovirus-precipitated M.E./CFS (InterAction 48, Summer 2004)
Research update by Dr Charles Shepherd on parvovirus B19.
- Organophosphate feature part 2: Treatment approaches (InterAction 45, Autumn 2003)
Annie Newitt looks at treatment approaches, including dietary management.
- Organophosphate feature part 1: Cause & effect: the pesticide controversy (InterAction 44, Summer 2003)
Annie Newitt considers views on a question that continues to divide medical experts, "Can 'safe' levels of organophosphates cause M.E.?".