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If you’ve had COVID-19, it may still be messing with your brain. Those who have been infected with the virus are at increased risk of developing a range of neurological conditions in the first year after the infection, new research shows.  ...

“We’re seeing brain problems in previously healthy individuals and those who have had mild infections,” Al-Aly said.ensp; “It doesn’t matter if you are young or old, female or male, or what your race is.  It doesn’t matter if you smoked or not, or if you had other unhealthy habits or conditions.”

Researchers estimate that between 10% and 30% of those infected with the SARS-CoV-2 virus experience long COVID symptoms (though it appears to be less likely among vaccinated people). … Long COVID can even affect individuals who initially experienced only mild disease and perhaps even those who were asymptomatic despite testing positive for infection.

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Owego Emergency Squad
PO Box 22
Owego, NY 13827-0022

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Telephone:  (607) 687-1201      Facsimile:  (607) 689-0098


Update: 22 Sep 2022