Are your grades linked to your fibromyalgia?
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|Wed, 12-05-2012 - 1:45pm|
According to this recent Health Day News article, kids who don't do as good in school might be at risk for problems later in life. "Children who score higher on intelligence tests are less likely to suffer from chronic widespread pain later in life, according to a new study.This condition is a common musculoskeletal problem affecting 10 percent to 15 percent of adults, the researchers explained. They noted that chronic widespread pain occurs more often among women and people from disadvantaged socioeconomic backgrounds and is a core symptom of fibromyalgia, a chronic disorder that affects an estimated 5 million Americans" more