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African American mother holding child. Logo overlaps image, RECOVER, Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery.
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News Release
NIH-funded research effort identifies most common symptoms, potential subgroups, and initial symptom-based scoring system – with aim of improving future diagnostics and treatment Initial findings from a study of nearly 10,000 Americans, many of whom had COVID-19, have uncovered new details about long COVID, the post-infection set of conditions that...
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News Release
Study suggests adults with both the sleep disorder and COVID may benefit from clinical monitoring Among people who have had COVID-19, adults with obstructive sleep apnea were more likely to experience long-term symptoms suggestive of long COVID than those without the sleep disorder, according to a large study supported by the National Institutes of...
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Research Feature
ACTIV-4 research has provided clinicians with guidance for treating and reducing risks for severe COVID outcomes related to inflammation and blood clotting When SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19 , first emerged in late 2019, researchers quickly assembled to understand its effects and figure out how to stop its spread. Soon, late-night...
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News Release
NIH-supported studies show variations in symptoms and diagnostic experiences among different racial and ethnic groups Black and Hispanic Americans appear to experience more symptoms and health problems related to long COVID , a lay term that captures an array of symptoms and health problems, than white people, but are not as likely to be diagnosed...
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News Release
Many adults experience problems like coughing, chest pain, and fatigue six months after their stay About half of adults treated at hospitals for COVID-19 have experienced lingering symptoms, financial difficulties, or physical limitations months after being discharged, according to a National Institutes of Health-supported study published in JAMA...
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Media Advisory
What Leaders from the National Institutes of Health and partner organizations outline NIH’s COVID-19 research response in a policy forum in the journal Science. The authors also reflect on crucial lessons learned that will inform the public health research response to future pandemics. The authors emphasize that by building on decades of basic and...
This image shows a close-up of the upper arm of a young Black girl as she receives a COVID-19 vaccine from the gloved hands of a healthcare worker.
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News Release
NIH-supported study finds no serious complications following rare immune condition A study of children and adolescents who received a COVID-19 vaccination following multisystem inflammatory syndrome (MIS-C) found that there were no reports of serious complications including myocarditis or MIS-C reoccurrence. About half of participants experienced...
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NHLBI in the Press
A condition marked by reduced blood flow to the heart after standing has been reported to be slightly more common among people who have had COVID vaccines, but the link is five times greater among people who have had COVID – underscoring the importance of vaccination.
A man rows on a rowing machine at a gym.
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NHLBI in the Press
The long-term effects of COVID-19 can affect exercise tolerance, but a gradual return to physical activity may help adults with lingering symptoms return to their routines.