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'I'm 29 years old and I feel like I'm 70': Long COVID patients continue to struggle for months, years

In October 2020, Jeremy Smith got sick, but it wasn't serious. A nose that is not well-ventilated. A cough. Within a few days, the symptoms of a
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Long COVID may be causing 1.6 million Americans to miss work amid the labor shortage

According to a new report from the Brookings Institute, an estimated 1.6 million Americans could be missing from the workforce due to long COVID.
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Long Covid drove my wife to suicide. We must give others like her hope | Nick Güthe

After a 13-month battle with Covid that started as a mostly asymptomatic coronaviruses infection, my wife took her own life. She was taken from one
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I’m leading a long Covid trial – it’s clear Britain has underestimated its impact | Amitava Banerjee

My family Christmas in Yorkshire was wonderful despite my apprehension about high Covid-19 rates. The week after was marred by headaches, illness
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The role of tiny blood clots in long COVID

7-Minute Listen. The key role of microclots in the diagnosis and treatment of long Covid is discussed by scientist Resia Pretorius of Stellenbosch
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Could microclots help explain the mystery of Long Covid? | Resia Pretorius

The slow response to long Covid is one of the biggest failures of the Covid-19 epidemic. 100 million people suffer from long Covid. If we take into
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For patients with long COVID, chronic fatigue syndrome may offer a guiding star

Semhar Fisseha has been diagnosed with COVID and doing a few simple tasks can be draining. There is a person named Helena Kubicka de Bragana. Semhar
To help people with long COVID, scientists need to define it
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To help people with long COVID, scientists need to define it

Reports have accumulated of weird, disabling symptoms in survivors, known as long COVID, almost from the beginning of the COVID epidemic. The
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Paris Hilton celebrates the end of Britney Spears' 13-year conservatorship: 'This moment is so long overdue'

Britney Spears' 13 year conservatorship was ended by a Los Angeles judge Friday afternoon. Paris Hilton wrote an essay about Spears for Time, and
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Goldman just figured out why the labor shortage will last for a long time: 60% of the missing workers retired, many for good

People who took their retirement during the pandemic won't be coming back. MoMo Productions/Getty As the economy recovers after the pandemic, labor