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SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, is shown attaching to receptors on cells.
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NIH-funded analysis of health record data shows severe reinfections often follow severe first infections What: Using health data from almost 213,000 Americans who experienced reinfections, researchers have found that severe infections from the virus that causes COVID-19 tend to foreshadow similar severity of infection the next time a person...
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Deidentified data from thousands of adults with long COVID are now available to researchers WHAT: Secure data from more than 14,000 adults who participate in National Institutes of Health observational research on long COVID are now available to authorized researchers through BioData Catalyst (BDC). BDC is a cloud-based ecosystem developed by the...
Vector illustration of a heart and coronavirus
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NIH supported study shows that the virus that causes COVID-19 can damage the heart without directly infecting heart tissue SARS-CoV-2, the virus that causes COVID-19, can damage the heart even without directly infecting the heart tissue, a National Institutes of Health-supported study has found. The research, published in the journal Circulation...
A physician talks to a young patient.
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NHLBI in the Press
Through research designed to inform clinical guidelines and treatment approaches, investigators describe common features of long COVID in children and young adults.
African American mother holding child. Logo overlaps image, RECOVER, Researching COVID to Enhance Recovery.
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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...
senior man wearing Cpap mask sleeping smoothly all night long on his left side cross arms without snoring.
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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...
A doctor and physician, both of whom are wearing masks, talk in a medical setting.
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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...
A man coughs.
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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...