I had COVID-19, and now I’ve got long COVID. I have neuropathy and brain fog, and when I try to exercise, I get exhausted right away. My doctor said it just takes a while to get back on your feet, like after you’ve had the flu, but this feels different. What is the latest news on long COVID?
Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month
The new UCLA Health group provides a network for people coming out of intensive care
It’s important to realize that a post-COVID return to exercise and other daily activities may be different than when coming back from a cold or the flu
Long COVID affects at least 20% of people who have recovered from coronavirus infection. Recent studies looked into the potential benefits of HBOT, and here's what they found
Long COVID, which is defined as symptoms that last more than four weeks after infection, can persist for weeks, months or years.
One year into the innovative collaboration, patients are reporting improved physical and mental health.
When long COVID-19 first emerged, it appeared to occur mainly in those who experienced severe illness
You’re not alone in feeling uneasy about the changes to the mask mandates that are taking place throughout the country