Study shows women with 'Long COVID' have more symptoms than men

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Study shows women with 'Long COVID' have more symptoms than men

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This is a news story from the Hindustan Times. There has been a study showing that women tend to be affected more by 'Long COVID' symptoms than men do. The research was published in the Journal of Women's Health. In the study, women are more likely to have fatigue, difficulty swallowing, and chest pain after a COVID infection compared to men.

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