Hepatitis B Vaccine Caused Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – Federal US Court

hep BThe Federal US Court has ruled in a case stating that the Hepatitis B vaccine caused a patient to develop chronic fatigue syndrome. The patient was awarded a considerable sum along with lifetime payments for healthcare! This ruling has sent a nation-wide warning for those who have yet to receive the Merck VARIVAX Hepatitis B vaccination. The drug warnings on the label include fatigue/weakness, multiple sclerosis, lupus, etc. The decision to receive a vaccination is not to be taken lightly for it can completely change your life, and you have every right to refuse the vaccination!

Read about it here, and don’t forget to click on the links to other diseases caused by the hepatitis B vaccine and to the original posting with the case details!


CPET Presentation with Dr. Snell of the Workwell Foundation


For those of you who were unable to attend Dr. Snell’s presentation on the CPET and it’s use for the assessment of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, here are the videos of the talk!

Dr. Snell explains how the test works and how its results can be used as hard evidence for CFS and disability. The information presented is truly educational and we hope you learn from it as much as we have!

If you would like to have the CPET done, please contact our office to set this up!

Top 10 Things You Should Know About Post-Exertional Relapse


This is a very informative video to give you valuable knowledge about Post-Exertional Relapse/Malaise (PEM). Please do take the time to watch!

PEM occurs when the symptoms of Chronic Fatigue Syndrome is worsened and increased in severity due to overexertion. These episodes can last for days and prevent an individual from doing any kind of physical activity and even have individuals bedridden. It is important to learn what can induce PEM in yourself and learn about your limitations. A good way to test for this would be to do a CPET.

Cardiopulmonary Exercise Testing (CPET) allows us to diagnose a patient for Chronic Fatigue Syndrome and will also check for abnormality of cardiovascular and pulmonary functions in relation to exercise. It is an objective test that measures the aerobic capacity of a patient. Please visit www.workwellfoundation.org for more details!