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Longer time between COVID shots may protect young men from heart inflammation

NEW YORK 04/07 - The risk of myocarditis or pericarditis after mRNA COVID vaccine may be product-specific and influenced by age and timing of the second dose, according to vaccine-safety surveillance data from Canada.

Severe COVID-19 in chronic liver disease linked with cholestasis and secondary sclerosing cholangitis

NEW YORK 30/06 - Severe COVID-19 increases the risk for cholestasis and secondary sclerosing cholangitis (SSC) in pat...

Vrouwen en mensen met overgewicht lopen groter risico op langdurige COVID (Sciensano)

Epstein-Barr may play a role in some long COVID; coronavirus can impair blood sugar processing by organs

28/06 - The following is a summary of some recent studies on COVID-19. They include research that warrants further st...

Use of statins for primary prevention tied to lower risk of hospitalization for COVID-19

NEW YORK 27/06 - Patients taking statins for primary prevention of cardiovascular disease may have a lower risk of ho...

After COVID-19, kids have more symptoms but less anxiety

27/06 - Persistent health problems were only slightly more common in children after COVID-19 than in similarly-aged k...

Paxlovid "rebound" patients may need longer treatment

27/06 - The rebound of symptoms reported in some COVID-19 patients who took a five-day course of Pfizer's antiviral P...

Some long COVID patients still have virus in blood

27/06 - Some cases of long COVID may be the immune system's response to a SARS-CoV-2 infection lurking somewhere in t...

Early Omicron infection unlikely to protect against current variants

NEW YORK 18/06 - People infected with the earliest version of the Omicron variant of the coronavirus, first identifie...

Omicron less likely to cause long COVID - UK study

LONDON, 18/06 - The Omicron variant of coronavirus is less likely to cause long COVID than previous variants, accordi...

Neurological symptoms of COVID-19 can last months

18/06 - COVID-19-related neurological symptoms, such as memory and concentration issues, can last half a year or more...

Vaccination plus prior COVID best protects against Omicron

18/06 - People who were infected with an earlier version of the coronavirus and received three doses of an mRNA vacci...

New blood test could improve COVID-19 defenses assessment

16/06 - A new blood test that measures T cells may yield more accurate information about the body's ability to contro...

Rare post-COVID-19 syndrome in children less common now

14/06 - The rare but life-threatening inflammatory syndrome seen in some children after a coronavirus infection has b...

COVID-19 in pregnancy linked with babies' learning skills

14/06 - Babies born to mothers who had COVID-19 while pregnant may be at higher than average risk for problems with b...

Baricitinib has better safety profile than dexamethasone when added to remdesivir for COVID-19

NEW YORK 09/06 - For patients with severe COVID-19 requiring supplemental oxygen, combining remdesivir with either ba...

Impact of coronavirus variants may be location-dependent

3/06 - A new approach to viewing viral evolution could help predict whether and when a new coronavirus variant is lik...

Covid-19 - Long covid treft een derde van de besmette Belgen

Ethnic discrepancies in pulse oximetry may affect COVID treatment

NEW YORK 01/06 - A new study confirms that pulse oximeters are more likely to miss low oxygen levels in Asian, Black ...

MRI technique may yield clues to long COVID breathlessness

27/05 - In people with lasting breathlessness after COVID-19, a special type of magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) reve...

'Startling' heart attack finding in COVID patients

NEW YORK 26/05 - One-third of women and 18% of men with COVID-19 and ST-segment elevation myocardial infarction (STEM...

Omicron breakthrough infections may spare young hearts

24/05 - The Omicron variant of the coronavirus does not have a negative affect on cardiovascular health in young adul...

New data shed light on neuropathogenesis of COVID-19

NEW YORK 24/05 - SARS-CoV-2 viral antigens may contribute to central nervous system (CNS) immune responses without di...

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