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It remains unclear why some people recover from acute COVID-19 and others go on to experience symptoms for months or even years. There is no evidence that the number of initial symptoms is tied to risk for long COVID, or that race or ethnicity make a significant difference.
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Scientists studying the movements of large numbers of people attending live events have teamed up with an epidemiologist to track viral transmission and how to prevent it.
A new study gives greater scientific insight into how icy-water swimming, cold showers, ice baths and exposure to cooler water and air temperatures might drive health benefits.
Fertility specialists expected to see fewer clients during the pandemic. Instead, they saw a surge – especially among single women.
Medicare’s experience with the drug Aduhelm should serve as a wake-up call about both the rising drug costs and FDA’s standards for speeding clearance of medicines, an advocate and a researcher said.
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Long COVID is likely to cost the U.S. economy trillions of dollars and will almost certainly affect multiple industries, from restaurants struggling to replace low-wage workers to airlines scrambling to replace crew, to overwhelmed hospitals, experts are predicting.
Drinking ground, instant, and decaffeinated coffee has benefits for the heart and should be considered part of a healthy lifestyle, researchers say.
While the governments of the U.S. and several other countries formally recognize the existence of long COVID, the National Institutes of Health has yet to formally define it. There’s no approved treatment and the causes are not understood.
Interactions with plants and nature, both indoors and outdoors, provided some benefits, which were shown by reduced depression, anxiety.
Groups that many have relied on as the best sources for updated data on the coronavirus pandemic have had to scale back their reporting because the lack of reliable information.
The U.K. company developing the new purple fruit has passed a first test with U.S. regulators, demonstrating that genetic changes to the tomatoes do not expose the plants to a greater risk for pest damage.
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