• Life stressors can contribute to worsening long-COVID symptoms

    2 monthes ago - By Healio

    Stressors in life can contribute to poor functional, cognitive and neuropsychiatric outcomes up to a year after being hospitalized with COVID-19, researchers reported in the Journal of Neurological Science.
    “Some life stressors have a stronger modulating influence on neuropsychiatric symptoms and quantitative measures of functional status, mood and cognition than do well-known predictors such as age and severity of index COVID-19 illness,” Jennifer A. Frontera, MD, study coauthor and professor of neurology at New York University Grossman School of Medicine, told Healio.
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  • Tiny, Menacing Microclots May Explain Long COVID's Symptoms

    Tiny, Menacing Microclots May Explain Long COVID's Symptoms

    2 monthes ago - By Medscape

    Some long COVID researchers have suspected smaller, less obvious blood clots may be causing many of the puzzling symptoms reported by patients who have lasting effects of the virus.
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