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    1. Title: Gut Bacteria May Hold Clues to Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Category: Health News Created: 7/15/2016 12:00:00 AM Last Editorial Review: 7/15/2016 12:00:00 AM

    2. Kathleen Doheny, HealthDay News Chronic fatigue syndrome -- a condition that continues to baffle doctors -- may be influenced by a person's intestinal bacteria, new research finds.

    3. A new American study has found that chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) symptoms can flare up following mild to moderate strain to muscles and nerves. Researchers from the University of Alabama at Birmingham and Johns Hopkins University in Baltimore, USA, studied 80 people aged between 16 and 55. In total, 60 of the participants were diagnosed chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) sufferers and 20 ...

    4. People with chronic fatigue syndrome have a unique bacterial blueprint in their guts and blood, suggesting that the condition has a physical cause and is not psychological.

    5. Karen, 59, from Barnsley, says she suffers from 'very painful' arthritis and chronic fatigue syndrome which makes even simple tasks like cleaning her own home difficult on Benefits Life.

    6. Chronic fatigue linked to gut bacteria

      AAP via Yahoo! New Zealand NewsJul 07 07:25 PM

      Chronic fatigue syndrome is real, say scientists from New York's Cornell University who have discovered bacteria found in the gut may be a factor.

    7. Chronic fatigue syndrome, perhaps more than any other disease, has a bad rap. It makes you debilitatingly tired from normal tasks but no amount of rest can help. There's no blood test or other easily read biomarkers, so many doctors are reluctant to diagnose the condition no matter how bad things get.

    8. Do you suffer from CFS?

      rediff.comJul 13 10:37 PM

      Chronic fatigue syndrome may have its origin in your gut, says Nikita Puri.

    9. Mild to moderate muscle and nerve strain provokes symptom flares in individuals with chronic fatigue syndrome.

    10. Nerve and muscle strain may prompt symptoms of chronic fatigue syndrome, find researchers, suggesting such symptoms could be eased with physical therapy.

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