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Haematological change can persist for up to 985 Days in Long COVID

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Long COVID affects a significant number of people after acute coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19), and haematological changes can persist in the COVID-19 phase.  This study aimed to evaluate these haematological laboratory markers, linking them to...

I vantaggi di due ceppi probiotici: L. fermentum UCO-979C e L. rhamnosus UCO-25A durante...

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I ricercatori dell'Universidad de Concepción-Chile hanno scoperto che i probiotici come il Limosilactobacillus Fermentum (UCO-979C) e il Lacticaseibacillus Rhamnosus (UCO-25A) non solo possono prevenire la gravità del COVID-19, ma possono anche essere protettivi contro...

The benefits of two probiotic strains – L. fermentum UCO-979C and L. rhamnosus UCO-25A...

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Researchers from Universidad de Concepción-Chile have found that probiotics such as Limosilactobacillus Fermentum (UCO-979C) and Lacticaseibacillus Rhamnosus (UCO-25A) can not only prevent COVID-19 severity but can also be protective versus SARS-CoV-2 infections. The study findings...

The alterations in DNA methylation (DNAm) status persist in individuals who recovered from a...

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 A new study by researchers from Linköping University-Sweden has shockingly found that SARS-CoV-2 infections can lead to epigenetic changes in the human host that contributes to various medical and health conditions seen in Long...

L’infezione sintomatica da COVID-19 è associata a disfunzione cognitiva e sintomi psichiatrici

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I risultati convergenti dei dati di laboratorio e dei sondaggi sulla popolazione supportano la conclusione che l'infezione sintomatica da COVID-19 è associata all'imaging funzionale correlato all'attività e agli indici auto-riportati di disfunzione cognitiva, nonché...

The symptomatic COVID-19 infection is associated with cognitive dysfunction as well as psychiatric symptoms

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Converging findings from laboratory and population survey data support the conclusion that symptomatic COVID-19 infection is associated with task-related, functional imaging and self-reported indices of cognitive dysfunction as well as psychiatric symptoms. In some...