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Long COVID is not an adults-only phenomenon, and it poses the same mystery in kids as in adults.
Six months after being diagnosed with Covid-19, 1 in 3 patients also had experienced a psychiatric or neurological illness, mostly mood disorders but also strokes or dementia, a large new study shows.
The CDC’s interpretation of risk differs from the decision made by UK health officials to include both type 1 and type 2 diabetes in its list of conditions that pose higher risk after COVID-19 infection.
A new study examining how long black or white people survive after a heart attack concludes that it’s socioeconomic status, far more than race, that explains who fares better.
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