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Flower power for fibromyalgia – occupational therapy programmes can reduce symptoms

02:00 EDT 28 Oct 2019 | Arthritis Digest

Doing a floristry course may lead to improvement in pain and psychiatric symptoms for people with fibromyalgia, says a study from Israel, highlighting the need for occupational therapy programmes for people affected by the painful and debilitating condition. A total of 61 women with fibromyalgia were recruited to join in one of two 12-week floristry […]

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