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COVID: risk of diabetes and heart disease is higher after infection – but maybe only temporarily

By Emma Rezel-Potts, Research Associate in Translational Epidemiology and Public Health, King's College London
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Since the pandemic began, we’ve learned a great deal about the disease behind it. We now regard COVID-19 as not just a respiratory disease, but a multi-system condition.

Many studies have reported on complications that can occur as an immediate result of a serious COVID infection, such as heart failure or the worsening of existing diabetes.

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