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What Long COVID Looks Like in Children and Young Adults
NIH study aims to shed light on long COVID in children
Symptoms of Long COVID Vary Between Racial and Ethnic Groups
Black and Hispanic adults are more likely than White adults to experience certain symptoms and conditions associated with Long COVID
Researchers Identify Four Long COVID Categories
A recent study classifying Long COVID into four types can help health care providers better target treatments for a patient’s specific symptoms.…
Long COVID: An Uncommon Complication in Children
Although pediatric cases of Long COVID are relatively uncommon, the condition can affect children, and the symptoms may be different from those in…
The Relationship Between Chronic Viral Infection and Long COVID
Researchers have found that having chronic viral infections like EBV may influence the likelihood of someone developing Long COVID and what symptoms…
Inflammation Pattern in the Brain May Cause Many Long COVID Symptoms
Animal study finds that COVID-19 can cause permanent organ damage and lasting brain inflammation.
Using Machine Learning to Identify People With Long COVID
Researchers are developing algorithms to accurately identify people with Long COVID by examining their electronic health records.
Predicting Long COVID with Artificial Intelligence
A new challenge will support data-driven solutions to understand Long COVID risk factors.
A Possible Mechanism Behind Brain Fog
Even mild COVID-19 can alter the function of brain cells
Q&A: Long COVID Studies May Help People With ME/CFS
Long COVID shares symptoms with myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS).
Study Looks for Long COVID Risk Factors
Researchers have discovered four factors that are associated with an increased risk of post-acute sequelae of SARS-CoV-2 (PASC), also known as…