Today’s New York Times included an article entitled “Getting It Wrong on Chronic Fatigue Syndrome.” The article describes how a closer examination of the evidence reveals that psychotherapy and a steady increase in exercise are not effective treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome (“CFS”). In short, once access to the actual data, which was the genesis for those treatment options, was made available for analysis, the data revealed that psychotherapy and graded exercise do not improve symptoms, and to the contrary, frequently make them worse.Previous Next
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