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Clinicians have created an integrative medicine skills program to give COVID-19 long haulers better tools to cope with symptoms.
People with long COVID have diverse clinical conditions that will require individualized and multidisciplinary approaches to treatment.
Experts don’t yet know what causes long COVID or why some people have persistent symptoms while others recover in weeks or even days.
As people with long COVID pursue the disability application process, they are discovering a particular set of challenges.
Pediatric hospitals are creating clinics to provide a one-stop shop for care and to catch any anomalies that could otherwise go unnoticed.
Across the country, post-COVID centers are treating patients recovering from severe illness and long stays in intensive care.
Chronic fatigue syndrome is a complicated disorder characterized by extreme fatigue that lasts for at least six months.
A grant from AIDS group amfAR helps researchers explore that question and also study COVID-19 “long-haulers” living with HIV.
Effects of the body’s response to the coronavirus on the brain, spinal cord, nerves and muscle can be particularly devastating.
“Mister Rogers-type nice isn’t working in many parts of the country...It’s time for some sharp, focused, terrifying realism.”
Sudden cognitive dysfunction is a common concern for seniors who’ve survived a serious bout of COVID-19.
Long-term COVID-19 raises several policy issues. For people affected, none is more urgent than the threat of losing their health insurance.
On average, it took 37 days for mothers-to-be to clear symptoms of coronavirus infection.
Virtual vigils will take place daily from October 4 to 11, starting with a National Day of Remembrance.
Some patients report breathing problems, irregular heart rates, muscle aches and difficulty concentrating post-COVID.
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