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Does COVID-19 Persist?

An unexpected idea gains traction and may provide clues about long COVID

May 20, 2024
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Diet Tied to Mortality; FDA's Financial Ties; New Long COVID Trials to Start

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May 09, 2024
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Long COVID Taste Loss May Not Involve Taste Buds

Study attempts to untangle taste and olfactory dysfunction 1 year after infection

Apr 23, 2024
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Kate Middleton's Medical Records; FDA Syringe Warning; NIH Ends COVID Guidelines

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Mar 20, 2024
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Long COVID Patients, Advocates Rally for More Research, Funding, and Attention

"This has gone on long enough," one protester says

Mar 15, 2024
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Unmasking a Nurse's Journey Through Long COVID Gaslighting

"I was taken aback by the words coming from my doctor's mouth"

Mar 01, 2024
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Measurable Cognitive Deficits Linked to Long COVID

Large population study in England shows losses of 6 to 9 IQ points

Feb 29, 2024
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One in 10 People With COVID During Pregnancy Will Develop Long COVID

This appears to be less than the general adult population, researcher says

Feb 13, 2024
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Outpatient Visits Among Veterans Increased After COVID

Number of visits remained higher for a year, reflecting persistent health effects of infection

Feb 09, 2024
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Long COVID Patients Saw Improvements After Group Rehab Program

More patients reported feeling "much better now" compared with usual care group

Feb 08, 2024
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Cognitive Slowing May Be a Hallmark of Long COVID

Reaction time to visual stimuli shows promise as a cognitive marker

Feb 01, 2024
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The Minefields Ahead in Long COVID Treatment Development

"For the people hurting and suffering, they need treatment yesterday," says long COVID expert

Jan 23, 2024
How Should We Treat Long COVID?

Long COVID expert explains the latest research on potential treatments

Jan 22, 2024
Informatics Expert Presses Congress for Long COVID 'Moonshot'

But one senator questioned NIH's progress: agency is "forming committees and praying about it"

Jan 19, 2024
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