The coronavirus, known as COVID-19, is spreading rapidly across the United States and the world. While most infections are mild, early data from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention indicates that coronavirus is highly contagious, and that it can cause serious respiratory complications in certain individuals.
In times of uncertainty, fear is rampant and there is much misinformation about this virus circulating the internet. However, you can depend on the experts at University Health News to bring you current and accurate information.
Please see the below list of dependable, factual news articles regarding to COVID-19, as well as additional relevant information. This page will be constantly updated with the most up-to-date information.
The Link Between Epstein Barr Virus, Multiple Sclerosis, and Long COVID
Recent research has found links between Epstein Barr virus, multiple sclerosis, and long COVID symptoms.
What is the FDA Vaccine Development & Approval Process?
There are currently three COVID-19 vaccines approved for use in the United States. Learn more about what the rigorous testing process looks like for any new vaccine.
COVID Memory Loss and Brain Fog is Becoming More Common
It’s too early to know all of the long term effects of COVID on the brain and nervous system, but many people experience headaches, memory loss, and confusion.
COVID-19 and the Elderly: Stay Strong with Healthy Food
Whole foods will not prevent you from contracting COVID-19 (coronavirus) and will not eliminate the virus from your body if you do test positive, but whole foods can help keep your body strong and healthy all the time so your cells are in a better position to fight all diseases.
Coronavirus: Don’t Run Out of Medications
Any medication you take for a chronic health condition should not be interrupted, if at all possible. Keep a list of all your medications in an easily accessible place, and make sure a family member or friend knows where it is.
COVID-19 Precautions for Older Adults
How to protect yourself if your health is already compromised.
Manage Your Stress During the Coronavirus Crisis
Watching or reading the news can be a little stressful even in the calmest of times. But when the daily headlines bring on a cascade of alarming health news about the current coronavirus pandemic, it’s only natural to feel overwhelmed and anxious.
Visit our trusted resources for up to date information on COVID-19
Centers for Disease Control and Protection (CDC)