Harvard Mental Health Letter

In Brief: Study suggests cognitive behavioral therapy may help with chronic fatigue syndrome but is no panacea

  A study comparing treatments for chronic fatigue syndrome found that cognitive behavioral therapy yielded the best results, but the benefit from any of the treatments was modest.  
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