The World Brain Day was celebrated some days ago in a particularly context, with the world facing the unprecedented pandemic of COVID-19. Although primarily not a disease of the nervous system, studies are increasingly showing the direct and indirect impact of COVID-19 on the brain. To date, there has been several reports of increasing prevalence of unexplained Strokes, peripheral neuropathies and psychiatric disorders among people tested positive of the COVID-19. Indirectly, the impact of the pandemic both socio-economically and biologically can predispose individuals to develop neuropsychiatric diseases like depression, fear, anxiety and more.
News Opening Ceremony – 3rd BRAIN Week in Cameroon and 8th World Brain Day. Launching of the second phase of the BRAIN COVID-19 online surveys in Cameroon.
News Closing Ceremony: 3rd BRAIN Week in Cameroon and 8th World Brain Day
News Second phase of the BRAIN COVID-19 online surveys launched during the opening ceremony of the 3rd BRAIN Week in Cameroon and 8th World Brain Day
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