Andy’s Quick Hits (200): COVID-19 brain

Many COVID-19 patients have reported various neurological symptoms — the well-known brain fog, but also headaches and decreased cognitive function over months and extended periods of time. This even without serious infection or hospitalisation. The research seems to be swinging between reporting neurological damage or not (not, as I reported here) — despite the quality of many of these pieces of research there is still…




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