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When we hear about SARS-CoV-2 immunity we mostly think: antibodies. These proteins are made by a group of immune cells, called B cells. Antibodies find and bind to foreign proteins in our bodies. They lock onto their targets, they signal other immune cells to come and clean up the infection. But less is known of the key role of T cells – the cousins of B cells – in immunity.

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For a long time during the COVID-19 pandemic, the novel coronavirus was associated primarily with lung damage. However, emerging research suggests an array of other conditions survivors of a severe form COVID-19 need to cope with.

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Although about 80 per cent of people with symptoms of Covid-19 experience only a mild form of the disease, those patients who have spent time in intensive care units (ICU) often have long months of rehabilitation ahead of them

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There is growing evidence that COVID-19 is causing brain damage in patients and that the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind the disease may itself attack the central nervous system.

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There is growing evidence that COVID-19 is causing brain damage in patients and that the SARS-CoV-2 virus behind the disease may itself attack the central nervous system.

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1 in 5 people exposed to a traumatic event are likely to develop this PTSD but researchers could soon better predict vulnerability to this stress disorder.

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Research shows that eating a diet filled with vegetables, nuts, legumes, fish, and olive oil could be better for our brains and lower the risk of dementia.

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Scientists are studying how stroke victims can recover by stimulating the brain’s ability to heal itself and regrow neural connections with electricity.

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One in three depressed people also suffers from dual diagnosis and researchers have found that it is associated with molecular alterations in the brain.

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Researchers have come across an unexpected discovery: a previously approved HIV drug can speed up recovery after a stroke. As the drug has already been licensed, human trials can soon reveal if it should be part of stroke rehabilitation.

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