Study shows COVID-19 increased anxiety and symptoms for asthma sufferers  EurekAlertView Full Coverage on Google News
Two new studies in Annals of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, the scientific journal of the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI), showed the different effects of COVID-19 on anxiety. In those with asthma, the pandemic was associated with increased anxiety and asthma symptoms, while in parents of children with food allergies the pandemic led to decreased food allergy related anxiety.

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The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.

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Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.Get answers to the most commonly asked Covid-19 questions, like when you need to isolate, and if you can catch it twice.

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A protein called IL-13 mounts defenses that include virus-trapping mucus and armor that shields airway cells from infection.A protein called IL-13 mounts defenses that include virus-trapping mucus and armor that shields airway cells from infection.

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The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.The percentages are even higher among teens. With many COVID-19 tests results no longer reported, the CDC turned to a more reliable measure among people with previous infection.

Almost 60% of US Population Has Been Infected by COVID-19: CDC