• Using expressive writing techniques to help Covid-19 healthcare workers overcome trauma

    6 days ago - By News Medical

    A project developed by a Kingston School of Art London researcher that aims to help people overcome trauma through expressive writing techniques is to be offered to healthcare professionals around the world who are on the front line of the Covid-19 crisis.
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  • Genetic study suggests US man was infected twice with coronavirus

    6 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    UK medical journal Lancet reports that a man who was hospitalised with COVID-19 after he was diagnosed twice had caught two different strains of coronavirus.
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  • Health authorities race to contain south-west Sydney COVID-19 spread, 13 cases in NSW

    6 days ago - By Sydney Morning Herald

    It comes as testing numbers remain low, and NSW Health urges people to come forward for testing with the mildest of symptoms.
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  • Some People Who Had COVID-19 Are Reporting Lingering Brain Fog - Here's What We Know

    Some People Who Had COVID-19 Are Reporting Lingering Brain Fog - Here's What We Know

    6 days ago - By PopSugar

    Neurological symptoms can linger as long-term effects after COVID-19, but one in particular is becoming known as " COVID-19 brain fog ." Though it can manifest in different ways, the reports are concerning: a nurse can't remember what patients say once she leaves the room, one vascular medicine specialist has lost chunks of time from his memory (he couldn't recall a 12-day vacation weeks earlier), and a lawyer can't recognize her own car.
    This brain fog can have detrimental impacts on everyday life. The lawyer who spoke to The New York Times had to return a foster dog she'd taken in...
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