A site built
with care: up-to-date news, archives,
excellent links, support groups, chat rooms,
an events page, a bulletin board of helpful
items for sale or barter, contests, links to
personal homepages, even "fibro-friendly"
recipes - it's all here.
club. It's personal and optimistic, with a
sense of humor. Has all the standard medical
info, a book list, and a guest book where
you can reply to the entries.
wonderful resource for information about many
issues that will be very beneficial for men and
women concerning most forms of fatigue,
of support groups (including for teens and
loved ones). Along with stories and poems,
this site has considerable medical
information and good articles about
fibromyalgia. Excellent links and bookstore.
Encouraging words from the creators are a
symptom explanations not found on most
sites. Nice extras, such as a scale for
measuring pain. There's quick access to an
online support group and fibromyalgia books
sold by amazon.com. This site also covers
chronic myofascial pain syndrome (MPS).
features: mailing list, chats, penpals,
books, and a handy link to search for
doctors. Also has lots of ads. The articles
and links are decent, but medical
information is thin. Member of WebRing, a
useful navigational tool for tying together
related websites (here, of course,
treatment in Canada. Has all the basics:
info, articles, links, mailing list, a
support group. Not found on other sites is a
list of speakers. Basic information also in
The site is a
little confusing. Articles are new, which
not every site can boast of, and there are
links for conferences and advocacy. There's
also a list of doctors, but it seems to be
incomplete This site has resources for
chronic fatigue syndrome, multiple chemical
sensitivity, and Gulf War syndrome, as well
information, but not up to date. For both
fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS).
Has German- and
Turkish-language information. It's in
English, too, but for English speakers there
are many alternative sites.
chronic fatigue syndrome (CFS) are both
covered here. One of the best sets of
medical articles is here, as well as links
to products and treatments you can purchase
from PainReliever.com. Cartoons lighten the
mood. The design sometimes deters swift
Site gave this their seal of approval. As
the website of an institution, this site
contains a mission statement, grant
applications and a list of projects being
funded. Best to go elsewhere for medical
information and links.
information in Spanish. Audiotapes
available. You can also join and receive a
newsletter. This site could be useful if you
live in the Washington area.
More oriented to
disability links than fibromyalgia patients.
This is a
personal homepage, and headquarters of a
support group in Iowa. There is a good list
of support groups in each state, too. There
are pop-up ads every time you go to a new
similar to other sites that provide more
fibromyalgia and chronic fatigue syndrome.
Very well organized, but largely consists of
information for sale. Run by Dr. Jacob
Teitelbaum, a physician who specializes in
Lots on the
exercise and diet program that the
site-creator follows. Not much medical
Part of Health
World Online, hence not dedicated strictly
to fibromyalgia. A few good articles. Much
better as an all-around medical site.