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COVID-19 infections increase risk of long-term brain problems: stroke, depression, anxiety, migraines

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For University of Washington in St. Louis September 23, 2022 People who have had COVID-19 are at increased risk of developing neurological conditions in the first year after infection, according to a detailed analysis of federal data by researchers at the Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis. Movement disorders, memory problems, strokes and …

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COVID-19 infection in crucial brain regions may lead to accelerated brain aging – Neuroscience News

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Summary: The effects of COVID-19 infection on neurological health are becoming increasingly evident. A new study reveals that COVID-19 may predispose people to irreversible neurological conditions, accelerate brain aging and increase the risk of stroke and brain bleeds. Source: Houston Methodist A new study by Houston Methodist researchers reviews emerging ideas and evidence suggesting that …

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