The most common cause of inflammation in the tissues that surround the brain is not a bacterial infection, but a virus.
Fungal Infections of the Nervous System
To be infected by a spore, mold or fungus has a uniquely nasty feeling about it. This is particularly the case when the fungus invades something as prized and private as our brain. Fungal infections of the central nervous system are not particularly common, but when such infections occur the results can be devastating.
How to Rule Out Meningitis as a Cause of Stiff Neck
Learn how to tell if your neck stiffness is just muscle soreness or something more serious.
Amoeba in the Central Nervous System
Amoeba are a rare but deadly cause of neurological diseases.
West Nile Virus
Every year, West Nile Virus makes new appearances in hospitals and on the news. Do you really know the facts about West Nile?