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New research showed an increased risk of developing neurological conditions in people who contracted COVID-19 within the first year after being infected. The study was published in Nature Medicine on September 22, 2022, and is available for reading on ...
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Study questions whether smell loss associated with COVID-19 infection may increase the risk of developing dementia later in life.
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Researchers have found that babies born to mothers who had Covid-19 while pregnant may be at higher than average risk for problems in brain development. This could lead to problems in learning, focusing, remembering, and developing social skills.
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New York, May 19 (SocialNews.XYZ) SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the Covid-19 pandemic, could increase the risk of brain degeneration as seen in Parkinson's disease, finds a study conducted on mice. The new research, published.
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People infected with Covid-19 infection can be more at risk of psychosis, dementia, seizures and brain fog for up to two years compared to other respiratory infections, finds a study.
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Getting a COVID-19 shot after you've been infected could reduce your risk of developing prolonged COVID-19 symptoms, or so-called long COVID, according to a new study.
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“Covid-19 patients face a 1.26 times higher risk of developing erectile dysfunction than those not infected.” Monday's study followed 486,149 Covid patients who had mild to moderate infections that did not require hospitalisation over ...
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COVID-19 infection may increase a person's risk of developing type 1 diabetes, the type of diabetes affecting the pancreas. A new study has shed more light on how viral infection could lead to serious complications.
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New York, May 19: SARS-CoV-2, the virus responsible for the Covid-19 pandemic, could increase the risk of brain degeneration as seen in Parkinson's disease, finds a study conducted on mice. The new research, published in the journal Movement Disorders, ...
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OMAHA, Neb. (AP) — A child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in an eastern Nebraska river, health officials said, making it the second such probable death in the Midwest this summer and raising the ...
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Can reducing salt really help reduce your risk of heart attack, stroke and other diseases? A new study shows cutting out about 1/4 of a teaspoon of salt each day could ward off certain diseases and death over time. Viv Williams has details in this ...
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With every beat of your heart, blood carries oxygen from your lungs throughout your body. This life-sustaining process happens automatically, whether you're awake or asleep. But for people with sickle cell disease, it often goes awry.
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ATLANTA (WSAV) — Georgia has nearly 48000 monkeypox vaccine doses and is reporting 1033 cases so far. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) said Georgia ranks in the top 5 for the highest number of monkeypox cases in the country just ...
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People who have had COVID-19 face are at an increased risk for neurological and psychiatric conditions, including psychosis, dementia, epilepsy, and "brain fog" up to two years after, compared to those who have had other respiratory diseases.
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By Margery A. Beck and Josh Funk | Associated Press. OMAHA, Neb. — A child likely died from a rare infection caused by a brain-eating amoeba after swimming in an eastern Nebraska river, health officials said, making it the second such probable death in ...
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