Reduced Activity In Brain's 'Reward Center' Found In Chronic Fatigue Syndrome Patients
Chronic fatigue syndrome, a medical disorder characterized by extreme and ongoing fatigue with no other diagnosed cause, remains poorly understood despite decades of scientific study.
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#1 May 2, 2012
Sounds like depression
#2 May 6, 2012
The 'basal ganglia', ah, ha I knew it all the time! Typical, the gang of basal hides deep in the brain, but these hard working scientists have ferreted it out. Seriously, this discovery explains a lot about my reduced desire over the past ten years living with CFS. I feel that headway is being made, albeit slowly. we could use a lot more money for research.
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