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Protesters march outside the White House to call attention to those who have long COVID and those who have the disabling disease Myalgic encephalomyelitis/chronic fatigue syndrome (ME/CFS). Nathan Posner/Anadolu Agency via Getty Images hide caption

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This colorized transmission electron micrograph of a human white blood cell (bottom) shows the HLA antigen — the uneven red areas on the cell's exterior surface. A variant of the HLA gene could play a role in warding off COVID symptoms. CNRI / Science Source hide caption

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You know those folks who had COVID but no symptoms? A new study offers an explanation

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The scientists tested tissue samples from the brains of deceased patients who had from autism, schizophrenia and bipolar disorder. Sebastian Kaulitzki/Getty Images/Science Photo Library RF hide caption

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Major Neurological Conditions Have More In Common Than We Thought, Study Finds

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Burmese python and the DNA sequence responsible for limb loss. Eric Zamora/Florida Museum of Natural History and Martin J. Cohn/University of Florida hide caption

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