Chronicle Issues: Pre-1999
Currently, only pre-1999 Chronicle articles referenced on this site are housed in this section. If you need an article from a Chronicle published before 1999 that is not included in this section, please contact the Association.
Food Sensitivities & Fatigue by William G. Crook, MD
Diet could be a factor
Occupational therapy by Lucy Swan, MOT, OTR and Gloria Furst, MPH, OTR
A new approach for persons with CFS
Olympian Battles CFIDS by Bruce M. Walker
Soccer star Michelle Akers integrates CFIDS into game of life
Rehabilitation of the Patient with CFS by Sue Ann Sisto, MA, PT
A physical therapy approach
CFIDS in the Workplace by Matthew I. Kozinets
ADA provides guidance on employment rights and responsibilities
Name-Change Survey Results
In the summer of 1997, The CFIDS Association of America conducted a survey of its members to determine their opinion about changing the name "chronic fatigue syndrome."
Think Inside the Envelope by Caroline P. King, MA, Leonard A. Jason, PhD, Ellen L. Frankenberry and Karen M. Jordan, PhD, DePaul University and Warren Tryon, PhD, Fordham University
In a demonstration of the envelope theory, one PWC raised his energy level and lowered fatigue by carefully controlling his activity
In the Olympics in Spite of CFIDS by David Hoh
Speedskater Amy Peterson defies her illness and regains her championship form to make the U.S. Olympic team.
Treating the Pain in CFIDS by Alan Spanos, MD, MA
Why is good pain treatment so hard to get?
Tai Chi Chuan: A Pathway of Hope by Janet Quillen
A PWC discovers healing in gentle,focused movement.
Jackson Parkhurst's Languid Interlude by Geoff Edgers
A symphony conductor anxiously waits for his battle with CFIDS to end so he can raise his baton again.
Should You Exercise? by Patti Schmidt
Research has been unable to provide a clear answer to this puzzling question, so patients and doctors must find their own answers on an individual basis.
Family's Struggle: Searching
for Hope by John Moir
When Ellen Moir became ill, her husband had to learn to cope, to support and to help her search for answers.
Exposing the CDC
Officials misspent, misrepresented CFIDS funding. Dr. Reeves' statement.
Pace Yourself by Ingebyorg Midsem Dahl
Young people with CFS have a hard time learning to slow down and stay within the limits of their illness. A teenager from Belgium offers her perspective.