New Study Explores The Long-Term Effects Of COVID-19

Many patients who recover from mild cases of COVID-19 continue experiencing side effects like headaches, muscle pain and brain fog.

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In this undated photo provided by the Illinois National Guard, a first responder is tested for COVID-19 at a drive-through testing facility in Chicago. Associated Press
Chicago covid testing
In this undated photo provided by the Illinois National Guard, a first responder is tested for COVID-19 at a drive-through testing facility in Chicago. Associated Press

New Study Explores The Long-Term Effects Of COVID-19

Many patients who recover from mild cases of COVID-19 continue experiencing side effects like headaches, muscle pain and brain fog.

A new study from Northwestern Medicine explores the long-term neurological symptoms in people who are recovering from the coronavirus. Researchers found that 85% of patients experienced issues like headaches, muscle pain and brain fog.

Reset brings on a neurologist with Northwestern’s Neuro COVID-19 Clinic and a patient at the center for more on the long-term effects of the virus.

GUESTS: Dr. Edith Graham, neurologist at Northwestern Medicine who treats patients in the Neuro COVID-19 Clinic

Maria Manfredini, patient