Experts examine the five questions they commonly hear from women and girls about their hormones and ADHD symptoms.
We used a series of ‘brain training’ style tasks to assess how a COVID infection and persistent symptoms affected cognitive function.
We’re still learning about long COVID – but working with a physio or occupational therapist on goal-setting could help you get back into your usual routine.
The good news is memory function may improve again over time.
Many people face persistent cognitive symptoms after COVID-19. A new study, which grew and examined 3D models of the human brain, offers a possible explanation as to why this might be.
We’ve become used to the term ‘brain fog’ in connection to long COVID. But what is it and how do you know if you have it?
People who get COVID continue to face increased risks of developing some neurological and psychiatric conditions, like psychosis and dementia, for up to two years afterwards.
We need to take an urgent look at how we manage and treat long COVID. If we don’t start planning now, the problem will only get worse.
A new study finds that the cognitive loss from severe COVID is the same as losing 10 IQ points.
As COVID-19 survivors join the ranks of people with disabilities, they could have a long wait to get the support they need.
Brain changes including shrinkage, weakened connections and poorer performance on thinking and memory tests could explain ‘brain fog’ after COVID – even after ‘mild’ cases.
Pollution from more frequent floods and wildfires – exacerbated by the warming climate – is threatening human health and poses particular risks to the brain.
Researchers are piecing together clues to better understand the puzzling array of symptoms in those who never seem to fully recover from COVID-19.
Many long COVID sufferers are reporting having ‘brain fog’, where they can’t concentrate as well as they used to.
‘Long COVID’ – in which people have symptoms lasting more than a few weeks – is turning out to be very common. People hospitalized for COVID-19 are at highest risk, but they aren’t alone.