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1 in 5 People With COVID-19 Developed Mental Health IssueNew research suggests that people diagnosed with COVID-19 may have a significant risk for developing anxiety or mood disorder after recovering. Scientists are still uncovering how the new coronavirus impacts the brain and the central nervous system, but they believe the infection could inhibit blood and oxygen flow to the brain and in some cases, trigger brain swelling.
Yes the Bubonic Plague Is Still Around, Why You Don't Need to WorryA hunter in China was diagnosed with bubonic plague Saturday after catching and eating a wild rabbit, triggering concerns that the plague — which wiped out half of Europe’s population in the 14th century — could make a comeback. But health experts say there’s no chance a plague epidemic will strike again, as the plague is easily prevented and cured with antibiotics.1
Facts About HIV: Life Expectancy and Long-Term OutlookThe right treatment can prevent HIV from developing into AIDS and extend life expectancy. Today, a person with HIV who adheres to antiretroviral therapy can expect to live a near-normal life span. Learn more about HIV life expectancy and how early diagnosis and treatment can improve quality of life.1
Asperger's Symptoms in Adults: Diagnosis, Treatment, and MoreAsperger's symptoms in adults include symptoms of other autism spectrum disorders, such as limited eye contact, difficulty functioning in social situations, having a hard time reading and understanding nonverbal communication, anxiety, and perseverance or obsession with specific items or subjects.