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Long Covid

Long Covid - How to define it and how to manage it

The BMJ hosted an online webinar on the diagnosis, management, and prognosis of “long Covid.” An expert panel discussed its symptoms, course, and character and suggested strategies for managing it. 

Long Covid - an unfolding story

Join Professor Brian Cox as he talks to scientists working at the forefront of research into long Covid, and campaigners with personal experience of the devastating effect it can have on lives. 

Covid and Cognition

Seven in ten long Covid patients experience concentration and memory problems several months after the initial onset of their disease,’ says Dr Lucy Cheke who is the senior author of the ‘Cognitive and Memory Deficits in Long Covid’ study. 



How to get rid of loneliness and become happy - Olivia Remes

About one in three adults suffers from loneliness. It can increase your risk of depression and early death, and it can affect your immune system. 

A video game that helps us understand loneliness - Cornelia Geppert

Step into artist Cornelia Geppert's visually stunning video game "Sea of Solitude," which explores how battling the "monsters" of loneliness and self-doubt can help us better grapple with the complexity and struggles of mental health. 

You are not alone in your loneliness - Jonny Sun

Being open and vulnerable with your loneliness, sadness and fear can help you find comfort and feel less alone  

An historical journey through loneliness - Fay Bound Alberti 

Cultural historian Fay Bound Alberti explains why we need to reframe our perspective of loneliness, focusing on how nostalgia and our sensory experiences could help us better understand and heal from isolation. 

How co-housing can make us happier (and live longer) - Grace Kim

Loneliness doesn't always stem from being alone. For architect Grace Kim, loneliness is a function of how socially connected we feel to the people around us -- and it's often the result of the homes we live in.