Tag Archives: Cort Johnson

A demon on my life – a play about ME

A demon on my life – a play about ME     A play written by JB Bruno has been premiered online and is now available to watch on YouTube.   “A demon on one’s life. What a ripe metaphor for … Continue reading

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“Long Haulers” to the rescue? Barrage of Covid-19 media stories, studies & registries spells hope for ME/CFS

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson: “Long Haulers” to the rescue? Barrage of Covid-19 media stories, studies and registries spells hope for ME/CFS, 5 July 2020   Media Barrage A veritable avalanche of stories – the C19Recovery Awareness website … Continue reading

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Workwell’s two-day exercise tests & breaking the deconditioning dilemma in ME/CFS

Workwell’s two-day exercise tests and breaking the deconditioning dilemma in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) by Cort Johnson in Health rising blog, 19 Nov 2018 The first word in the first sentence of the paper says it all: “Concise methodological directions for … Continue reading

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System reset? Study suggests Pro-Inflammatory / Autoimmune reset in ME/CFS

Simmaron Research blog post, by Cort Johnson, 4 August 2018: System Reset? Study Suggests Pro-Inflammatory / Autoimmune Reset Occurred in Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (ME/CFS) Epigenetics research holds the fascinating possibility of figuring out what shifted at the very beginning of chronic … Continue reading

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POTS rising! An overview of postural orthostatic tachycardia

Simmaron Research blog post, by Cort Johnson, 28 April 2018: POTS Rising! Research & Advocacy Producing Breakthroughs in Neglected Disease Remarkable Progress It’s rare that a clear cause of disease like postural orthostatic tachycardia (POTS) or chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS) or … Continue reading

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The Autoimmune Virus? Groundbreaking EBV finding could help explain ME/CFS

Simmaron Research blog post, by Cort Johnson, 30 April 2018: The Autoimmune Virus? Groundbreaking EBV Finding Could Help Explain ME/CFS Viral Mystery  “I’ve been a co-author in almost 500 papers. This one is more important than all of the rest … Continue reading

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Toxic brains, frozen spines & the Perrin Point: Ray Perrin, ME/CFS & FM

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 25 March 2018: Toxic brains, frozen spines and the Perrin Point: Ray Perrin, ME/CFS and Fibromyalgia This is the second of three blogs examining the possibility that upper body/head issues play a role in … Continue reading

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CFS – it’s worse than Multiple Sclerosis

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 16 April 2018: Chronic Fatigue Syndrome – It’s Worse than Multiple Sclerosis – and Fibromyalgia is No Walk in the Park Either Multiple sclerosis (MS) is a dreaded disease. About ten years into … Continue reading

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Pain, genes, drugs & you

Health rising blog post, by Cort Johnson, 20 April 2018: Pain, Genes, Drugs and You: How Your Genetic Makeup May Be Keeping You in Pain From Dr. Trescott’s lecture given to the Physician Partners of America: “Your Genes, Your Pain … Continue reading

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Hope for an ME/CFS autoimmune subset: a German researcher steps forward

Simmaron Research blog post, by Cort Johnson, 1 April 2018: Hope for an ME/CFS Autoimmune Subset: A German Researcher Steps Forward German Researcher Steps Up Carmen Scheibenbogen MD is another sign that the ME/CFS field is slowly but surely hopefully … Continue reading

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