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COVID Can Cause Forgetfulness, Psychosis, Mania or a Stutter
Neurological Health

COVID Can Cause Forgetfulness, Psychosis, Mania or a Stutter

The virus induces neurological symptoms that persist long after the pandemic ends

By Stephani Sutherland
Why COVID Vaccines Are Likely Safe for Pregnant People
Medicine

Why COVID Vaccines Are Likely Safe for Pregnant People

The scantness of available data leaves the decision up to the individual and their doctors, though benefits can outweigh risks in some cases

By Mariana Lenharo
Detecting Alzheimer's Gets Easier with a Simple Blood Test
Neurological Health

Detecting Alzheimer's Gets Easier with a Simple Blood Test

New assays could reduce the need for costlier, more invasive brain scans and spinal fluid measures

By Esther Landhuis
Why Are We Still Deep-Cleaning Surfaces for COVID?
Public Health

Why Are We Still Deep-Cleaning Surfaces for COVID?

The coronavirus behind the pandemic can linger on doorknobs and other surfaces, but these aren’t a major source of infection

By Dyani Lewis and Nature magazine

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  • From the Editor

    The COVID-19 Postscript

  • News

    Forever Chemicals Are Widespread in U.S. Drinking Water

  • The Pandemic Is Delaying Cancer Screenings and Detection

  • Pathogen Discovered That Kills Endangered Chimps: Is It a Threat to Humans?

  • The Most Worrying Mutations in Five Emerging Coronavirus Variants

  • Opinion

    The Problem of 'Long Haul' COVID

  • A New Strain of Drug-Resistant Malaria Has Sprung Up in Africa

  • If You've Been Working from Home, Please Wait for Your Vaccine

  • Another Way to Protect against COVID beyond Masking and Social Distancing

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