A Study Finds Even Mild COVID-19 Causes Brain Damage

New research on the impact of COVID-19 on cognitive functioning and the brain is the first to reveal striking differences in areas of the brain based on scans taken before and after a coronavirus infection. Researchers identified COVID-19 associated brain damage months after infection, including in the region linked to smell, and shrinkage in size equivalent to as much as a decade of normal aging. Read more.