Monthly Archives: May 2011

Stepping Into Another’s Shoes

Stepping Into Another’s Shoes By John Herd 5/25/2011 Imagine for a moment you are not a CFS patient, and you’re not tuned in to Co-Cure, the various CFS related discussion forums or Facebook pages. Imagine yourself maybe being a doctor … Continue reading

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Help Where You Need It

Help Where You Need It Has it been a grueling day, but you have to keep going? Or did the day start before you were ready for it? Millions experience Dragging Butt Syndrome (DBS), some continually. DBS is ergonomically challenging and … Continue reading

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Herdism For The Day

Herdism For The Day When Stephen Hawking was asked about the joys of scientific discovery he said, “I wouldn’t compare it to sex, but it lasts longer.” Apparently he wasn’t talking about when you are screwed by poorly conducted science. … Continue reading

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NIH’s CFS Theme Song

NIH’s CFS Theme Song To the tune of Simon & Garfunkel’s Fifty Ninth Street Bridge song (Feeling Groovy) ———————Slow down, a crawl’s too fast We gotta make this saga last Slow down, a crawl’s too fast For now let’s just … Continue reading

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The Elimination of Bin Laden — Cause For Celebration?

The following is not about CFS, but I felt moved to speak about it. The Elimination of Bin Laden — Cause For Celebration? By John Herd May 2, 2011 Last night I learned that a US special forces team had … Continue reading

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