Long COVID is likely a ‘neuroimmune disorder,’ scientist says

Polysonographer Marie Derolus prepares Ghenya Grondin, who first was sick with COVID-19 in March 2020 and has had long COVID ever since, for a sleep study in Boston, Massachusetts, U.S., December 12, 2022. Grondin continues to experience pain, cognitive issues, and fatigue. Photo by REUTERS/Brian Snyder.

Researchers are honing in on why some people develop long COVID, which includes symptoms such as lingering fatigue, brain fog, and shortness of breath.

Rare weather is fueling an unusual storm in Southern California. Parts of LA and Ventura County are under a blizzard warning Friday and Saturday.

Critics review the latest film releases: “Cocaine Bear,” “The Quiet Girl,” “Jesus Revolution,” “Die Hart: The Movie,” and “We Have a Ghost.”

Support women-owned hospitality businesses during the Regarding Her Festival, which begins March 1. There’s a mix of dinners, daytime events, and classes that highlight foodie collaborations.