Could COVID-19 infection be responsible for your depressed mood or anxiety? – Harvard Health Blog

We are still learning about the long-term effects of COVID-19 on the brain, but we know that the pandemic has resulted in worsening mental health for many people. A new study confirmed that COVID-19 infection increased the risk of developing psychiatric disorders.

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