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“This is so scary”: COVID-19 link to neurological and mental disorders alarms experts – CBS News

Among patients treated in the ICU, 7% suffered a stroke and nearly 2% were diagnosed with dementia. Researchers also found 17% of patients developed anxiety and…

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One in three COVID-19 survivors suffer from a neurological or mental disorder within six months of infection, according to a University of Oxford-led study looking mostly at American patients. 
Among patients treated in the ICU, 7% suffered a stroke and nearly 2% were diagnosed with dementia. Researchers also found 17% of patients developed anxiety, and 14% experienced mood disorders.
“People that are most at risk are the ones who were the sickest, the hospitalized patients who were in the ICU….

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