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Martine McCutcheon And Ruth Langsford Open Up About Their Battle With Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Friday 7 October 2016


From UK newspaper the Mirror:


Martine McCutcheon
Martine McCutcheon

Martine McCutcheon and Ruth Langsford open up about their battle with chronic fatigue syndrome

The Loose Women presenters have both struggled with illness and realised they needed to put their own wellbeing above their careers

By Natalie Corner
6 October 2016
© 2016 MGN Limited

Martine McCutcheon and Ruth Langsford have both opened up about battling illness while juggling their busy careers.

The Loose Women panelists were discussing how they overcame their fears about choosing their own mental health and physical wellbeing instead of working themselves ragged.

Martine, 40, who has been candid in the past about her battle with ME, also known as chronic fatigue syndrome, said that it was only being diagnosed with the disorder that slowed her down.


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