Chronic COVID-19: why coronavirus symptoms can last for months

Several recoveries from COVID-19 say they continued to suffer from the symptoms of the virus weeks and months after the first infection. This is one of the mysteries of the new virus. Writes about it Euro News. Now these people are looking for help on the Internet from others experiencing ...

A dangerous disease, 60% of carriers of which do not even know about its presence

Many of us are worried about life-threatening illnesses. Cancer, heart disease, and type 2 diabetes are becoming more serious, especially with age. About it writes Money Talks News. But we often lose sight of one, ...

Research: the lost sense of smell and taste will never return to a part of ill COVID-19

According to a new study, almost 90% of people who have lost their sense of smell and taste due to coronavirus have completely recovered them, or those infected have improved within a month. But in almost 10% of patients, these external feelings did not return. This is written by New York ...

Recovering doesn’t mean healthy again: how patients surviving COVID-19 feel after months

Most people infected with coronavirus do not experience serious symptoms, and some do not. COVID-19 has the worst for relatively few people. This writes SFGate. Cherie Antoinette, a nurse at the intensive care unit, saw serious cases with her own eyes. “Lucky if their ...

New symptoms of coronavirus infection: CDC updated list

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) has added three new characteristic manifestations of coronavirus to its list of symptoms. About this writes Fox News. Nasal congestion or runny nose, nausea and diarrhea were added to the list of the federal department, which already included fever or ...

'COVID fingers' and other skin abnormalities: new symptoms of coronavirus detected

Much remains to be learned about the new coronavirus, including a wide range of symptoms that seem to be expanding. Common symptoms of a respiratory illness include fever, cough, shortness of breath and chills, but sometimes doctors report less obvious symptoms in some patients, including what some call ...

Similarities and differences: how to distinguish a common allergy from coronavirus

Due to quarantine due to coronavirus, rapprochement with nature is now limited to a quick walk around the surrounding area. But it is worth noting that everything around began to flourish - the allergy season has come. About this writes USA Today. Allergy symptoms will probably worsen over the next two to three ...

Three times as many: US expanded coronavirus symptoms list

At the request of American doctors, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) in the United States published an updated list of symptoms of coronavirus, Fox News reports. Previously, the CDC focused on only the three main symptoms of COVID-19 - fever, cough, and shortness of breath. Now the agency has listed ...

Study: 44% of patients caught coronavirus from healthy-looking people

According to a new study, a person who has taken a coronavirus becomes contagious before it develops symptoms, Meduza writes. Therefore, the risk of getting COVID-19 is great for those who come in contact with completely healthy-looking people. We used to think that infectious ...

'Numerous cases': doctors called another unobvious symptom of coronavirus

A group of Spanish experts conducts an investigation after they found characteristic lesions on the legs of people whose coronavirus test later showed a positive result, writes The Sun. In the General Council of the Podiatric Colleges of Spain (podiatry is the section of medicine that treats foot diseases ...

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