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    Why We Hurt From Head To Toe
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    Bluebirdy4 posted:
    Hi fellow fibromites,
    I just found this amazing short article that gives a new scientific explanation as to why we feel so much pain. I hope Dr. Mark Pellegrino will also see it. I'm printing this off to give to my Dr. I wish every Dr, especially those who have not bothered to learn the new findings for 20 years, could read this article. Print it off for your Dr. if you wish.
    http://www.fmnetnews.com/free-articles/article-samples/why-head-to-...
    Best wishes to you all,
    Bluebirdy4
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    fontanille responded:
    Thanks for the info
     
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    dakotaspirit1957 responded:
    Thanks for the link...


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