World — 06 May 2013

512px-Tension-headacheBy Celeste Cooper, RN

May 12th is Fibromyalgia Awareness Day – a day we try to educate and build awareness about a disease that affects over six million Americans and many more around the world.

The pain, fatigue, depression and other symptoms that come with fibromylagia are notoriously difficult to diagnosis and treat. Soon they may become even harder. There are some important developments underway that could affect how fibromyalgia is classified as a disease and whether health insurers pay for its treatment.

Read more at National Pain Report.


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