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Chills, appetite loss, headaches, muscle aches are additional symptoms of Covid-19: study
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Chills, appetite loss, headaches, muscle aches are additional symptoms of Covid-19: study

The study of over a million people in England indicates that clearer testing criteria is needed to

COVID-19 could damage quality of sperm, reduce fertility in men, study suggests
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COVID-19 could damage quality of sperm, reduce fertility in men, study suggests

Some experts are asking for the male reproductive system to be considered a vulnerable route and high-risk organ of COVID-19 infection by the WHO.

Changes in tongue, hands, feet could be indicators of COVID-19 infection
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Changes in tongue, hands, feet could be indicators of COVID-19 infection

Another symptom was a burning sensation and redness on the palms or soles of the feet, sometimes was followed with small blemishes.

From breathlessness to 'brain fog', Indian doctors are now up against effects of
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From breathlessness to 'brain fog', Indian doctors are now up against effects of "long COVID"

What is unique to the COVID-19 infection is the range of its effects- from being asymptomatic to causing death

Study suggests aspirin may help lower risk of death from severe COVID-19 complications
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Study suggests aspirin may help lower risk of death from severe COVID-19 complications

Scientists stated that aspirin can reduce the production of immune cells in patients with pre-existing cardiovascular disease, thus helping in reducing the incidence of a cytokine storm

New study reveals why different people experience varying intensity of COVID-19 symptoms
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New study reveals why different people experience varying intensity of COVID-19 symptoms

As per the study, the expression of about eight genes such as the ones responsible for hypoxia, uncontrolled inflammation or cytokine storm, oxidative stress and vitamin K biosynthesis, increased with age, suggesting the higher susceptibility of the elderly to the SARS-CoV-2 virus

Headaches, confusion and delirium with COVID-19: How SARS-CoV-2 attacks the brain
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Headaches, confusion and delirium with COVID-19: How SARS-CoV-2 attacks the brain

The ACE2 receptor that the virus targets is rare in the brain. But new research shows that the virus could enter brain cells via this method too.

US sees first suspected case of coronavirus reinfection in Nevada's Reno; 25-year-old 'much sicker' than last time, officials say
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US sees first suspected case of coronavirus reinfection in Nevada's Reno; 25-year-old 'much sicker' than last time, officials say

Researchers said they were able to show that the virus associated with each instance of the Reno man's infection represented genetically different strains

Happy hypoxia in COVID-19: New study may have found possible causes behind this biology-defying complication
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Happy hypoxia in COVID-19: New study may have found possible causes behind this biology-defying complication

In happy hypoxia, a person’s oxygen levels are so low that they should be fainting or experiencing organ damage, but instead, they are seemingly well, until eventually, they collapse

Abnormal blood clotting in COVID-19 patients: Researchers at Yale Cancer Centre explain why it occurs and how it could be detected early
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Abnormal blood clotting in COVID-19 patients: Researchers at Yale Cancer Centre explain why it occurs and how it could be detected early

The scientists stated that the risk of blood clotting can be predicted early in COVID-19 patients by measuring the levels of P-selectin, thrombomodulin, sCD40L and VWF in their blood.

COVID-19 infected patients are more likely to suffer from strokes, a new study has found
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COVID-19 infected patients are more likely to suffer from strokes, a new study has found

The researchers believe that patients with COVID-19 should be evaluated early for acute neurological changes.

Investing in fever screening will not help curb the spread of COVID-19, say experts
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Investing in fever screening will not help curb the spread of COVID-19, say experts

Not only is fever screening unreliable, infrared thermometry puts the device's operator at risk. It also gives people who pass the test a false sense of security.

COVID-19 pandemic: Humans can't hear difference between coughs of healthy and infected people
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COVID-19 pandemic: Humans can't hear difference between coughs of healthy and infected people

The study's authors hope to give people food for thought before they jump to conclusions based on someone's cough.

Pink-eye could be a symptom of severe COVID-19: study
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Pink-eye could be a symptom of severe COVID-19: study

Conjunctivitis, also known as pink-eye, generally presents as redness, swelling and watering of the eyes.

A loss of sense of smell may be one of the symptoms of COVID-19
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A loss of sense of smell may be one of the symptoms of COVID-19

A statement released by two top ENTs in the UK suggests that a loss of sense of smell, or anosmia, is one of the symptoms of the novel coronavirus.

A COVID-19 study shows that gastrointestinal symptoms may lead to worse outcomes
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A COVID-19 study shows that gastrointestinal symptoms may lead to worse outcomes

Alarmingly, 34% of the ones with GI symptoms like diarrhoea and vomiting recovered compared to 60% of those with respiratory symptoms.

Donald Trump administration labels COVID-19 pandemic 'Made in China', defend US government's handling of outbreak
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Donald Trump administration labels COVID-19 pandemic 'Made in China', defend US government's handling of outbreak

There's one thing the Trump administration wants Americans to remember about the coronavirus pandemic: It carries the 'Made in China' label.

Corporate India takes measures to stem coronavirus; Paytm shuts Gurugram office for 15 days after employee tests positive
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Corporate India takes measures to stem coronavirus; Paytm shuts Gurugram office for 15 days after employee tests positive

India has reported 30 confirmed cases of coronavirus. Iran, Italy and South Korea are among the worst affected countries outside of China.