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Attempting to recover or improve your quality of life with long COVID today is a Sisyphean effort.
Small study finds alterations in brain activity and immune function, which may shed light on long COVID.
RECOVER is taking a rigorous approach to improve our understanding of long COVID and increase the odds of identifying treatments that work.
Scientists are exploring a wide variety of therapies to prevent and treat long COVID.
Latinos have the highest rates of long COVID, with about 9% of adults reporting symptoms, according to the CDC.
COVID, flu and RSV vaccines reduce the risk of serious respiratory illness—and it’s not too late to get them.
Hearing focuses on long COVID—but not COVID-19 prevention—as advocacy groups bring their demands to DC.
HIV-positive people have risk factors, including chronic inflammation and comorbidities, that increase the likelihood of long-term symptoms.
However, experts say this tally is likely a substantial undercount.
If you haven’t yet been vaccinated with an updated COVID vaccine or gotten a flu shot, it’s not too late.
This year’s most widely viewed stories focused on HIV cure and vaccine news, long-acting treatment and coexisting conditions.
The authors demand Biden outline the actions his administration is taking to address it in his State of the Union address.
ADHD usually manifests in childhood. But what if COVID-19 has shown that such neurodiversity can develop at any age?
A search of many HIV/AIDS advocacy groups didn’t find any informative information or resources about long COVID on their websites.
Committee will help advise on research and innovation in the whole-of-government response to the longer-term impacts of COVID-19.
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