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Long COVID Symptoms Are Common—Even After Mild or Asymptomatic Cases, New Study Shows
Carolyn L. Todd
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General Public,General Medical Professionals
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United States of America (the)
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Post Intensive Care Syndrome (PICS)
Scientists are working to understand the array of lingering symptoms or new health conditions that may start weeks after a COVID-19 infection (sometimes termed long COVID, long-haul COVID, or post-acute COVID-19 syndrome). A huge new study published this week adds to a growing pile of research indicating that it is surprisingly common for people to experience new health problems after a COVID-19 infection. And the results suggest this can happen even among those who had mild-to-moderate or no symptoms during their illness.
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