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1 Good news for Covid-19 survivers: Damaged lungs can repair themselves
2 COVID-19 patients suffer long-term lung and heart damage but it can improve with time
3 Early pulmonary rehabilitation post-extubation may improve outcomes in COVID-19 survivors
4 Some Signs of Recovery From Severe Covid Lung Damage
5 COVID-19 Pulmonary, Cardiac Symptoms Persist for Weeks in Severe Patients
6 COVID-19 Roundup: Risks Linked to Dining Out; Lung Damage Recovery; and Update on Preterm Births
7 ERS Studies Highlight Long-Term Effects of COVID-19
8 Severe COVID-19 riskier than heart attack for young adults; antibiotic shows no benefit
9 Doctors see some signs of recovery in patients who suffered from severe COVID-19 lung damage
10 CT Scans of COVID-19 “Long-Haulers” Reveal Damaged Lungs Begin Repairing Themselves After 12 Weeks
11 Heart and Lung Damage from COVID-19 Can Improve Over Time If Rehab Starts Early
12 Covid-19 patients suffer long-term lung, heart damage but it can improve with time
13 How severe Covid-19 patients can recover fully
14 Lung scans of coronavirus patients' show damage healing over time
15 Risk of catching novel coronavirus while hospitalised can be low
16 Lung function shows improvement at 12 weeks in COVID long-haulers, study finds
17 Fauci says planning weddings and parties for 2022 is 'a pretty good bet'