Can Hodgkin disease be the causa of permament fatigue?

PHodgkin’s disease is a lymphatic system neoplasm, which can be developed by both – children and adults. The median age at first diagnosis is about 30 years. Permanent fatigue which is recently reported by survivors more frequently, is becoming a serious problem during extensive care of the patient. Read full text »

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – new facts

Chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) has been not only definitional problem, but also diagnostic and therapeutic one for medical world. Scientists from Center for Infection and Immunity and from Department of Epidemiology, Columbia University Mailman School of Public Health, New York in their latest report come closer to the solution. Read full text »

Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – unluckily we still don’t have the culprit

Nowadays, especially in industrial countries it is more common to hear about psychiatric disorders. There are more and more described neuro-psychatric diseases. An interesting disease is Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS), first described in 1956 in England, and in the year 1988 it was recognized as individual syndrome by Center for Disease Control (CDC). Read full text »