Can you still get long COVID after vaccination? Discover what we know so far about long COVID and the COVID-19 vaccine.
Research suggests women are at higher risk of long COVID symptoms, such as fatigue and brain fog. Find out what we know so far about women and long COVID.
Lots of countries have started vaccinating people against COVID-19. Find out how the vaccination roll-out is going in the UK, US and India.
Some people report hair loss after COVID-19. Here’s what you need to know about COVID-19 hair loss, including why it happens and if it grows back.
COVID-19 is an infectious disease caused by a novel coronavirus. Most people will experience a mild to moderate respiratory illness but some people develop serious illness.
Which medicines, if any, can you take to treat or prevent coronavirus?
A fresh surge in COVID-19 infections in India means that Holi celebrations this year need to be small and a lot more low-key than usual. Here’s a list of steps you can take to celebrate Holi safely during coronavirus.
Learn more about if there are some groups of people who can’t be vaccinated.
During the COVID-19 pandemic, some experts have recommended buying a pulse oximeter to use at home. Find out what a pulse oximeter is and what it can tell you about your health.
A new poll by Healthily indicates that the Covid pandemic may have played a role in falling birth rates. Some 34% of the 1,000 25 to 35-year-olds surveyed said COVID-19 had made them realise they no longer wanted children.
Find out whether the COVID-19 vaccine can make you infertile, if it’s safe to get it when you’re pregnant or breastfeeding, and how it can affect the menstrual cycle.
Can COVID-19 cause diabetes, blood clots or problems during surgery? Learn what the latest science says about COVID-19 and your long-term health.
COVID-19 vaccines – should you get a booster shot? Find out how COVID-19 boosters are targeting new strains of the virus, how they protect you, plus how and when to get one
As people start to get the COVID-19 vaccine, discover the facts – including how safe it is and what side effects you might get.
Hair loss after an illness is quite common, but few people talk about it. Anna, 28, explains how she noticed losing her hair after having COVID-19, and reveals the self-care tips that helped give her hair a new lease of life.
Blocked nose, sneezing and a cough – all symptoms of hay fever, but also signs you might have a cold or coronavirus. Check out the key symptoms of each, so you can easily tell what’s getting you down.
Children can get long COVID, too. Learn what we know so far, including the common symptoms and how to get treatment.
Can exercise help with long COVID symptoms? Discover how to exercise safely when you have long COVID.
Long COVID symptoms can be similar to symptoms of other conditions. Find out how to get a long COVID diagnosis and what else could be causing your symptoms.
Long COVID is when you get COVID-19 symptoms for many weeks or months after being infected with coronavirus. Find out what the science says about long COVID here.
How ill you get with COVID-19 can vary a lot. Learn the difference between mild and severe COVID-19 symptoms, and who’s at higher risk of severe illness.
Need help with long COVID treatment? Discover ways to manage long COVID brain fog, fatigue, breathlessness and low mood.
If you haven’t had a COVID-19 vaccine yet, you might be wondering about possible side effects. Learn the facts about the Pfizer/BioNTech, Oxford/AstraZeneca and Moderna vaccines here.
The common cold is very common. In this article we cover everything - symptoms, what works and what doesn’t and what you can try to feel better
Your skin is the body's largest organ, and there are hundreds of conditions that can affect it. Here you can find out about moles, psoriasis, eczema, acne, warts and verrucas, and cold sores - what causes them and how you can treat them.
Spinal cord compression (SCC) is a serious condition that happens when there is too much pressure on the nerves in the middle of your spine.
A cough is a reflex action to clear your airways of mucus and irritants such as dust or smoke. Coughs may be dry or chesty and are classified as acute or chronic.
Some skin conditions can affect your scalp, making it itchy and inflamed, and lead to hair loss. Learn about the symptoms of scalp problems that cause hair loss and how to treat them.
A coma is a state of unconsciousness where a person is unresponsive and cannot be woken.
NHS Choices information on acute (sudden) confusion, with links to other useful resources.