long covid

A study in the journal Science found a pattern in patients' blood proteins that could explain why some suffer from persistent symptoms, like fatigue and pain.
A recent study suggests that the treatment may help some high-risk people following an infection.
"'Great news!' she said. 'They looked at your labs and history. It turns out ... there’s nothing wrong with you!'"
The National Institutes of Health is starting clinical trials studying lingering forms of COVID as overall coronavirus cases rise again.
Brain fog and fatigue aren't the only complications that may stem from COVID. You could also develop gastrointestinal conditions.
In their own words, COVID long-haulers share details on the grueling physical symptoms of the condition.
The chronic condition now affects millions of people around the world, and it's taking a toll on their mental health.
If you don't think the condition is a big deal, you haven't been paying attention.
Here's where to start to determine the best route of treatment.
The condition can affect your cardiovascular system, neurological system, respiratory system and more.