Let’s take a closer look at some of the possible causes, as well as the symptoms and options for management for chronic fatigue syndrome.
Having high levels of vitamin C in the bloodstream may help guard against cardiovascular disease.
A University of Michigan study suggests that exposure to mercury may be linked to autoimmune disorders in women.
A new study from the UK suggests that “fear of exercise” among patients is one of the greatest obstacles in the treatment of chronic fatigue syndrome.
A recent study from the University of Michigan found that mercury levels in yellowfin tuna caught in Hawaii have been rising since 1998 at an average rate of 3.8 percent per year.