Healio (3/30, Herpen) reports, “Cognitive impairment was more severe in hospitalized COVID-19 patients compared with those with other illnesses who required hospitalization,” researchers concluded in a study that “included 85 COVID-19 survivors (mean age 56.8 years, 42 women) and 61 matched controls (mean age 59.4 years, 27 women) who were evaluated six months after the onset of symptoms that required hospitalization.” The findings were published online March 23 in JAMA Psychiatry. (SOURCE: APA Headlines)