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We now know that covid-19 can cause neurological symptoms, ranging from brain fog and headaches to strokes. Research is beginning to reveal how this happens and hint at better treatments
The coronavirus that causes covid-19 has been found in the brain
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From the first weeks of the covid-19 pandemic, it has been clear that the disease often causes neurological symptoms – ranging from headaches and brain fog to strokes and paralysis. Sometimes, the symptoms are short-lived; sometimes, they persist as part of long covid. We are now getting a clearer picture of covid-19’s neurological symptoms and how the SARS-CoV-2 coronavirus indirectly affects the brain, pointing the way to potential treatments.
Furthermore, there is mounting evidence that the virus can sometimes …
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