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What is “Paxlovid Mouth” and why is it so unpleasant?

Loss or change in taste (dysgeusia) is a common symptom of COVID. This is also the side effect of Paxlovid, a new antiviral drug for the treatment of several diseases and medications, including COVID infection. Although this affects less than 6 percent of people given Paxlovid, some report a “horrible” taste that occurs immediately after …

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What is “Paxlovid Mouth” and why is it so unpleasant?

Loss or change in taste (dysgeusia) is a common symptom of COVID. This is also the side effect of Paxlovid, a new antiviral drug for the treatment of several diseases and medications, including COVID infection. Although this affects less than 6 percent of people given Paxlovid, some report a “horrible” taste that occurs immediately after …

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Tinnitus seems to be related in some way to an important function of the body, the research council said

About 15 percent of the world’s population suffers from hearing loss, a condition in which someone hears a sound without an external source (such as ringing or buzzing). This is often associated with hearing loss. This condition is not only annoying for the victims, but can also have a significant impact on their mental health, …

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Tinnitus seems to be related in some way to an important function of the body, the research council said

About 15 percent of the world’s population suffers from hearing loss, a condition in which someone hears a sound without an external source (such as ringing or buzzing). This is often associated with hearing loss. This condition is not only annoying for the victims, but can also have a significant impact on their mental health, …

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A new study found that teens do not listen to their mothers

“Are you listening to me?” Disappointed parents often ask this question to distracted teenagers, and the honest answer is probably “No”. It’s hard to really blame them. New research on adolescent brains shows that our response to a particular sound naturally changes over time, and that our mother’s voice is less valuable. Brain scans of …

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A new study found that teens do not listen to their mothers

“Are you listening to me?” Disappointed parents often ask this question to distracted teenagers, and the honest answer is probably “No”. It’s hard to really blame them. New research on adolescent brains shows that our response to a particular sound naturally changes over time, and that our mother’s voice is less valuable. Brain scans of …

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The cognitive effects of severe COVID are equivalent to 20 years of age, the study found

We all know that COVID-19 can cause long-term fatigue and brain fog. However, one of the toughest tests to date on the long-term cognitive effects of severe infection has yielded very disturbing results. In a study comparing 46 severe COVID-19 patients with 460 adequate controls, the researchers found that after six months, the psychological effects …

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