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COVID-19 News - Intelligence   Jun 09, 2023  3 months, 2 weeks, 1 day, 22 hours, 24 minutes ago

BREAKING! COVID-19 Will Make You Stupid! Peer Reviewed International Study Shows That SARS-CoV-2 Infections Can Affect One’s Intelligence!

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BREAKING! COVID-19 Will Make You Stupid! Peer Reviewed International Study Shows That SARS-CoV-2 Infections Can Affect One’s Intelligence!
COVID-19 News - Intelligence   Jun 09, 2023  3 months, 2 weeks, 1 day, 22 hours, 24 minutes ago
COVID-19 News: In a groundbreaking study conducted by renowned research institutions, including George Mason University in the USA, Research Centre for Medical Genetics in Russia, Peking University Sixth Hospital-China, Jiangnan University-China and The Affiliated Brain Hospital of Nanjing Medical University -China, the shocking impact of COVID-19 on intelligence has been unveiled.

The study findings suggest that COVID-19 may exert a detrimental effect on intelligence. The tau protein and Wnt signaling may mediate the influence of COVID-19 on intelligence.
The study's findings have sent shockwaves through the scientific community and ignited widespread concern among the general public. Are we facing an intelligence crisis as a result of this insidious virus?
Forget about the recent COVID-19 News about SARS-CoV-2 causing brain cells fusion that can lead to a variety of neurodegenerative issues including premature deaths. It seems that survivors of constant reinfections of the SARS-CoV-2 will end up intellectually incapacitated!
COVID-19 and the Brain: Unraveling the Disturbing Connection
Scientists have long recognized the devastating effects of COVID-19 on the human body, but the latest research delves into uncharted territory—the potential impact on the brain. The study suggests that COVID-19 could induce neuroinflammation, leading to a decline in neurocognitive function. The implications are staggering, as this could mean a significant decrease in intelligence for those infected by the virus.
A Powerful Approach: Mendelian Randomization
To explore the causal relationship between COVID-19 and intelligence, the study team employed a sophisticated scientific technique known as Mendelian randomization (MR). By analyzing a vast dataset of nearly 270,000 individuals, the study revealed striking associations between COVID-19 outcomes and intelligence levels. The results left the scientific community stunned.
Disturbing Revelations: COVID-19's Impact on Intelligence Unveiled
The study's MR analyses unveiled a chilling reality - genetic vulnerabilities to SARS-CoV-2 infection and critical COVID-19 were found to have causal effects on intelligence. Shockingly, even hospitalized COVID-19 cases displayed suggestive evidence of a detrimental impact on cognitive abilities. These findings raise alarming questions about the long-term consequences for those affected by the virus.
Genetic Overlap: The Link Between COVID-19 and Intelligence Uncovered
The research also uncovered a significant genetic overlap between severe COVID-19 and intelligence. Ten risk genes were identified within two specific genomic regions, including MAPT and WNT3. These genes play crucial roles in cognitive decline and have been associated with neurodevelopmental disorders such as attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) and autism spectrum disorder (ASD). The implications are profound - a potential genetic link between COVID-19 and intellectual impairment.
Pathways to C ognitive Decline: Unveiling the Molecular Connections
Intriguingly, functional pathways constructed during the study shed light on the possible mechanisms through which COVID-19 affects the brain and leads to cognitive impairment. COVID-19-related pathological changes were observed not only within the brain but also in multiple peripheral systems. This suggests a complex interplay between the virus, the immune system, the nervous system, and microvessels, all of which could contribute to a decline in cognitive abilities.
The Brain on the Brink: COVID-19's Silent Attack
While COVID-19's immediate threats have been extensively documented, the study uncovers a silent attack on our most precious organ - the brain. Previous research has shown that COVID-19 can cause brain tissue loss, particularly in regions responsible for higher cognitive functions. Furthermore, recovered patients face a higher risk of memory decline and an acceleration of age-associated reductions in brain size. These revelations raise concerns about the long-term impact on our intellectual capabilities.
From COVID-19 to Cognitive Impairment: The Unsettling Journey
The study builds on a growing body of research exploring the intricate relationship between COVID-19 and intelligence. Previous studies have already shown that education and intelligence play crucial roles in determining COVID-19 outcomes. The new findings reinforce these connections and underline the urgent need for further investigation into the long-term effects of COVID-19 on cognitive function.
The implications of these findings are far-reaching. If COVID-19 indeed has a detrimental effect on intelligence, it could have profound consequences for individuals, communities, and societies as a whole. The ability to think, reason, and make informed decisions is the foundation of progress and innovation. A decline in intelligence could hinder personal and professional growth, academic achievement, and overall societal advancement.
The study also raises questions about the potential burden on healthcare systems and support services. If a significant portion of the population experiences cognitive impairment as a result of COVID-19, there may be an increased demand for specialized care, educational resources, and cognitive rehabilitation programs.

The implications extend beyond the individual level. Industries that rely heavily on intellectual capabilities, such as research, technology, and creative fields, could face significant challenges if a large portion of their workforce experiences cognitive decline. Economic productivity and innovation may suffer as a result.

It is essential to emphasize that these findings are based on a comprehensive analysis of a large dataset and rigorous scientific methodology. However, further research is needed to corroborate and expand upon these findings. Longitudinal studies tracking individuals over time, as well as more in-depth investigations into the molecular mechanisms involved, will be crucial in understanding the full extent of the impact of COVID-19 on intelligence.
The implications of this study are undoubtedly unsettling, but they also serve as a wake-up call. COVID-19 is not just a respiratory illness; it is a multifaceted threat that can affect various aspects of our health, including our cognitive abilities. As we navigate the ongoing pandemic and strive to build a resilient future, it is crucial to prioritize research, public health measures, and support systems that address both the immediate and long-term impacts of COVID-19 on our well-being.
The study's findings highlight a disturbing connection between COVID-19 and intelligence. The evidence suggests that the virus can have a detrimental effect on cognitive function, potentially leading to a decline in intelligence. As we continue to battle the pandemic, it is imperative to prioritize research, public health interventions, and support services that address not only the immediate health consequences but also the long-term effects on our intellectual capabilities.
The study findings were published in the peer reviewed journal: QJM - An International Journal of Medicine (A journal of the Association of Physicians of Great Britain & Ireland – Oxford Academic)
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