The Lancet: 6-month consequences of COVID-19 in patients discharged from hospital: a cohort study

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Scientists studied previously-hospitalized COVID-19 patients from one hospital located in Wuhan, China. Six months after initial infection, researchers discovered that patients continue to show COVID-related symptoms.  Anxiety and depression were highly common symptoms, along with muscle weakness, fatigue, and difficulty sleeping. In addition, those with more severe COVID infections suffered from impaired pulmonary diffusion. The study also revealed that women with more severe COVID were more likely to suffer from mental health issues than their male counterparts. To read the full study, click here. To learn more about COVID-19, click here.

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