New resources are available to help parents and educators provide accommodations and resources to help children succeed in school.
On September 8th, Nevada's full Congressional Delegation sent a letter to Director Collins of the National Institutes of Health urging him to "strengthen and accelerate" its work on ME/CFS.
On Sept. 7, the ME/CFS community breathed a sigh of relief as the Senate Appropriations Committee recommended restoring the $5.4 million Chronic Fatigue Syndrome program under the CDC.
A national, televised program on ME/CFS aired this month on the show, “The White House Chronicle,” with host Llewellyn King.
During the initial years of having Myalgic Encephalomyelitis (ME), it is common to watch all your interpersonal ties slowly dissolve. Being in my early 20s, those around me craved excitement, adventure, and new experiences. Those things I desired too, but little of which I could do or offer in my
La desaparición de mi capacidad de leer extensamente es una de mis mayores pérdidas. Lo intento, pero las páginas se petrifican. Ahora debo contentarme con unos pocos párrafos; algunos días con un par de líneas.
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Cindy Downey wrote this editorial as a response to the opinion piece, "The Emotional Toll of Not Being Heard," published by Christina Baltais. Artwork by Cindy Downey.
Thank you, Christina, for your eloquent comments about the emotional toll from the wall of stigma
If you are hosting a screening of Unrest in your community, you will want to reach out to your local press about covering the screening. Below are some training resources to help you prepare to speak to the media.
These tools were developed by #MEAction for the #MillionsMissing Day of
You can now read about the details in two published pieces.
New tour dates announced: September 16 in Minneapolis and November 4 in Boston. Join us!
The demise of my ability to read extensively is one of my greatest losses. I try, but pages petrify. A few paragraphs must do me now; some days a couple of lines. It's an issue many #pwme wrestle with, and contributes to our sense of separation.
This story won’t be particularly unique or shocking to anyone living with ME. Every single one of us has a plethora of stories like this, and far worse than this. It has happened so many times over the last 11 years. What shocks me is the degree to which it