Sweeping new research in Colorado aims to help patients who are suffering from varied, persistent, and often debilitating symptoms of long COVID, the disorder that has saddled millions of people with a patchwork of health problems long after they supposedly recovered from COVID-19.
‘Plausible’ That Rise in Strep Throat Cases Is a Downside of Successful Measures To Protect Against COVID, Says CO Expert
Sore throats are a common – and unwelcome – feature of the winter months in the United States, including Colorado. Most of these are viral infections that pass quickly, having caused short-term discomfort.
Well before the COVID-19 pandemic, there were plenty of questions about autoimmune diseases. The 80 or so that have been identified can affect nearly every part of the body with a bewildering variety of symptoms. The diseases can be difficult to diagnose, and it is unclear what causes them. The concept of a disorder that causes the immune system, which is designed to protect us from foreign invaders, to launch an attack on healthy organs and tissues is mysterious and frightening.
Frances Rossi’s enduring encounter with COVID-19 began in mid-February 2020. What she thought was a common cold had an unusual twist.
Chest pain after COVID-19 is among the concerning symptoms cardiologists are seeing, even as hospitalizations from the latest surge of COVID-19 cases recede.
The COVID-19 pandemic has taken the world on a wild ride.