"Even after recovering from Covid, the virus' brutal side effects could linger
on, and even develop up to a year after first falling ill, new research
The findings from Johns Hopkins University in the US revealed that anyone who's
had the virus – however mild, and even those who were asymptomatic – is at
higher risk for heart issues in the future. And it seems no one is immune.
Epidemiologist and health economist Eric Feigl-Ding shared the findings on
Twitter on Monday, although the research was published last month.
The study found that heart issues, including clots, inflammation, and
arrhythmias (irregular heartbeat), could develop a year after recovering from
Covid—a risk that persists even in relatively healthy people."
Via Frederick Wilson II.
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