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Early findings of widespread, long-lasting virus helps inform long COVID research.
Experts are casting a wide net for treatments, with few ready for formal clinical trials.
Many people with long COVID are falling through the cracks of a system that was difficult to navigate even before the pandemic.
EBV is associated with certain cancers, including Hodgkin lymphoma, and autoimmune diseases, such as multiple sclerosis.
EBV causes mononucleosis and certain cancers, and it may play a role in multiple sclerosis and long COVID.
Study finds that HIV-positive people are four times more likely to experience long-term COVID symptoms.
Biden may not have used the right word when he described the pandemic as “over,” but things are trending in the right direction.
Whether omicron coronavirus variants cause long COVID symptoms as often—and as severe—as previous variants is a matter of heated study.
New studies offer evidence that an unexpected virus plays a role—but it needs a helper.
People with HIV experienced “significant pandemic stress,” isolation, stigma and concerns about long COVID, finds a recent survey.
Prolonged inflammation after SARS-CoV-2 infection caused permanent organ damage, affected the brain and correlated with behavioral changes.
Older adults typically have a harder time bouncing back from serious illness, including COVID.
The higher rate of post-COVID symptoms in older adults is likely due to a higher incidence of chronic disease and physical vulnerability.
Using machine learning, researchers find patterns in electronic health record data to better identify those likely to have the condition.
Though such cases may not always amount to debilitating long COVID, it is common to take weeks to fully recover.
Novel therapies, improved technologies and a better understanding of the immune system could yield broad dividends.
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