What Makes Brain Fog So Unforgiving - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/health/archive/2022/09/long-covid-brain-fog-symptom-executive-function/671393/
Brain fog isn’t like a hangover or depression. It’s a disorder of executive function that makes basic cognitive tasks absurdly hard.
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When Caleb Rixon suffered a catastrophic stroke aged 24, his life and career as a musical performer was turned upside down. While the path back to dating has been full of potholes, he's learnt a few things along the way.
A Tsunami of Disability Is Coming as a Result of 'Long COVID' - Scientific Americanscientificamerican.com/article/a-tsunami-of-disability-is-coming-as-a-result-of-lsquo-long-covid-rsquo/
Scientific American is the essential guide to the most awe-inspiring advances in science and technology, explaining how they change our understanding of the world and shape our lives.
Donald Trump's Strength Did Not Beat the Coronavirus - The Atlantictheatlantic.com/health/archive/2020/10/trump-strength-coronavirus/616682/
The metaphors that Trump and others use when talking about COVID-19 are making the pandemic worse.
What Does a Coder Do If They Can't Type? | Objective Funknsaphra.github.io/post/hands/
In August of 2015, my hands stopped working. I could still control them, but every movement accumulated more pain, so every motion came with a cost: getting dressed in the morning, sending a text, lifting a glass. I was interning at Google that summer about to begin a PhD in Scotland, but coding all day would have left me in agony. In relating this story, I often mention that for months before I learned to work without my hands, I had nothing to do but go to a bar and order a shot of...