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First-Hand Reports Of “Brain Fog” Highlight Struggles Of Those Living With Long Covid  

September 9, 2021 By Emma L. Barratt Around one in five of those who have recovered from Covid-19 report ongoing symptoms, also known as long Covid. Experiences with this new condition are varied, and several symptoms are neuropsychological in nature. One such symptom...

Insomnia symptom severity and cognitive performance: Moderating role of APOE genotype

July 31, 2021 Abstract Introduction We evaluated whether insomnia symptom severity was associated with cognitive function, and whether this relationship was modified by biomarkers associated with Alzheimer’s disease risk. Methods We examined insomnia symptoms...