10 Best Articles on Long Covid
The most useful articles on long covid from around the web—beginners to advanced—curated by thought leaders and our community. We focus on timeless pieces and update the list whenever we discover new, must-read articles or videos—make sure to bookmark and revisit this page.
Top 5 Long Covid Articles
At a glance: these are the articles that have been most read, shared, and saved on long covid by Refind users in 2023 so far.
- One of Long COVID’s Worst Symptoms Is Also Its Most Misunderstood
- Millions of Americans have long COVID. Many of them are no longer working
- We Might Have Long Covid All Wrong
- Long COVID Is Everyone’s Problem
- Long COVID Now Looks like a Neurological Disease, Helping Doctors to Focus Treatments
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Millions of Americans have long COVID. Many of them are no longer working
An estimated 4 million workers in the U.S. are struggling to work due to debilitating symptoms from long COVID. The government is urging employers to provide accommodations to keep them on the job.
The Future of Long COVID
This emergency is not about to end.
Are you at risk of developing long COVID? This computer program may be able to tell
Are you at risk of developing long COVID? AI may know
Long Covid may be 'the next public health disaster' — with a $3.7 trillion economic impact rivaling…
Long Covid is a chronic illness affecting as many as 23 million Americans. Its economic impact may rival that of the Great Recession.
Long COVID could become Finland's largest chronic disease, warns minister
Shared by 59, including Alice Wong 王美華, David Fisman, Prof Peter Hotez MD PhD, Nico Müller 🇺🇦
These are some of the most-read long-form articles on long covid.
We Might Have Long Covid All Wrong
Some post-Covid symptoms may be produced by the brain. Does that make them any less real?
One of Long COVID’s Worst Symptoms Is Also Its Most Misunderstood
Brain fog isn’t like a hangover, depression, or ADHD. It’s a disorder of executive function that makes basic cognitive tasks absurdly hard.
Long COVID Now Looks like a Neurological Disease, Helping Doctors to Focus Treatments
The causes of long COVID, which disables millions, may come together in the brain and nervous system
Long COVID Is Being Erased—Again
What was once outright denial has morphed into a subtler dismissal.
Long COVID Is Everyone’s Problem
Many long-haulers feel that science is failing them. Neglecting them could make the pandemic even worse.
«the risk of long COVID, for both unvaccinated and vaccinated people, is one of the pandemic’s biggest and least-addressed unknowns.»
We monitor hundreds of publications, blogs, newsletters, and news sources in Long Covid, including:
The New Republic
Founded in 1914, The New Republic is a magazine of interpretation and opinion for a rapidly changing world.
Awesome discoveries. Expert insights. Science that shapes the world.
Exploring the American idea through ambitious, essential reporting and storytelling. Of no party or clique since 1857. http://theatlantic.com
Awe-inspiring science, tech, DIY, and sustainability. Read all about it: http://popsci.com/digital
Research, News, and Commentary from Nature, the international journal of science. For daily science news, get Nature Briefing: http://go.nature.com/naturebriefing
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