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A new study found that one-third of COVID survivors suffer from mental health and neuropathy

A new study found that one-third of COVID survivors suffer from mental health and neuropathy-CBS News

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According to a new study, one in three survivors of COVID-19 suffers from mental health or neuropathy such as anxiety and dementia 6 months after infection. This raises concerns that a new wave of neurological problems will emerge after COVID. Ian Lee spoke with a man who experienced severe paranoia after being infected with COVID-19. Dr. Sue Balma, a psychiatrist, will participate in “CBS This Morning” to discuss the results of these findings.

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A new study found that one-third of COVID survivors suffer from mental health and neuropathy

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