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NeuroCOVID: NIH Launches Database to Track Neurological Symptoms of COVID-19

A fever. Cough. Fatigue. Sore throat. New loss of taste or smell. By now, we’ve all learned to stay on guard and watch for the common symptoms of COVID-19.

Although COVID-19 is regarded as a respiratory disease, it can have a wide range of effects throughout your body: including effects on your brain.

In light of this, the National Institutes of Health recently announced the launch of “NeuroCOVID,” a database designed to track neurological symptoms associated with COVID-19.

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Weekly Newsletter #90: Happy National Compliment Day

Damn, is that a bold, new quarantine hair-do that you’re rocking? ‘Cause you’re killin’ that look with those fresh pandemic PJs, too.

That’s right, we see you out here. While the rest of the world has been abuzz and a bumble with praise for Bernie Sanders’ mittens, we’d like to take a moment to wish you a Happy National Compliment Day. 

Go on, bug buddy. Show off what your momma gave you and BE PROUD. 

Anyway, this has been a pretty light week for The Burgundy Zine. Nevertheless, we do have some exciting content lined up for next week — which includes our first “Tune-In Tuesdays” interview of 2021. 

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The Need to Breathe For Creativity

Inspiration can strike at any time — but as Winnie the Pooh put it, “doing nothing often leads to the very best of something.”

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3 Years

Happy “three years of knowing you” anniversary, my honey darling. Thank you for being there for me through everything… Even my more questionable fashion choices.

I couldn’t ask for a better partner in life.

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