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Cognitive behavioral therapy and exercise therapy help ease chronic fatigue symptoms

Researchers studying chronic fatigue syndrome found that adding either cognitive behavioral therapy or a specially formulated exercise program to medical care achieved better results than an adaptive program that conserves energy.
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