[D]iminished cognitive functioning has generally been considered a consequence of either genetic inheritance or environmental pressure, but researchers at Johns Hopkins and the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) have discovered something that everyone else had missed: a virus. While conducting a study on cognition, the scientists put volunteers through cognitive testsContinue Reading

MANY of you are aware that I’ve been dealing with the symptoms of multiple sclerosis (MS) for years now; in fact, the initial symptoms began nearly 15 years ago. I’ve grown accustomed to days where walking up and down stairs is a struggle, but it’s the cognitive problems that haveContinue Reading