long covid

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?

By Ask the Doctors • January 18, 2023

Ask the Doctors answers a few of your most-asked questions this month

By Ask the Doctors • December 19, 2022

The new UCLA Health group provides a network for people coming out of intensive care

By Sandy Cohen • November 7, 2022

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

By Ask the Doctors • September 7, 2022

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

By Ask the Doctors • August 24, 2022

Long COVID, which is defined as symptoms that last more than four weeks after infection, can persist for weeks, months or years.

By uclahealth • August 4, 2022

One year into the innovative collaboration, patients are reporting improved physical and mental health.

By uclahealth • July 11, 2022

When long COVID-19 first emerged, it appeared to occur mainly in those who experienced severe illness

By Ask the Doctors • June 22, 2022

You’re not alone in feeling uneasy about the changes to the mask mandates that are taking place throughout the country

By Ask the Doctors • April 6, 2022

Your viral load, genetic factors, and gut microbiome may play a role in developing long COVID-19

By Ask the Doctors • March 21, 2022