1. MIT researchers develop an AI model that can detect Covid-19 in asymptomatic individuals  TechSpot
  2. AI recognizes corona infected people by the coughing sound |  AlKhaleej Today
  3. AI can detect COVID-19 by listening to your coughs  Engadget
  4. Add vitamin D to bread and milk to help fight Covid, urge scientists  The Guardian
  5. The disturbing COVID-19 symptom that can last for 150 days  Ladders
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The potential good that such a model could do is probably pretty obvious. Suppose the model was refined and rolled out to the general public somehow, perhaps...The potential good that such a model could do is probably pretty obvious. Suppose the model was refined and rolled out to the general public somehow, perhaps...

MIT researchers develop an AI model that can detect Covid-19 in asymptomatic individuals

It feels like whenever I cough these days it triggers a mini-panic attack that I promptly try to quash with a steady stream of chamomile tea. Thankfully, researchers at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology have figured out a way to gauge whether a person has covid-19 just from the sound...

This AI Can Tell if You Have Covid-19 Just by Listening to Your Cough

AI recognizes corona infected people by the coughing sound |AI recognizes corona infected people by the coughing sound |

AI recognizes corona infected people by the coughing sound |

Researchers have built an app that can detect COVID-19 through cough recordings, even for people who say they're asymptomatic.Researchers have built an app that can detect COVID-19 through cough recordings, even for people who say they're asymptomatic.

AI can detect COVID-19 by listening to your coughs | Engadget

'Long Covid' cases can last for months'Long Covid' cases can last for months

Scientists warn of new coronavirus symptom which can last months - Hull Live

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New guidance for people suffering from long Covid being drawn up - Wales Online

Research has found the inflammatory condition can lead to toes changing colour and becoming swollen and in some "Long Covid" cases can last for months Research has found the inflammatory condition can lead to toes changing colour and becoming swollen and in some "Long Covid" cases can last for months

New coronavirus symptom 'Covid toes' can last for months, warn scientists - Mirror Online

An international group of dermatologists have linked an inflammatory condition which can leave the skin on toes swollen and turning red or purple with Covid-19 An international group of dermatologists have linked an inflammatory condition which can leave the skin on toes swollen and turning red or purple with Covid-19

New ‘Covid toes’ symptom which 'can turn feet purple' can last for months, doctors warn - Chronicle Live

COVID toes have been defined as red, sore, itchy irritations on toes. New research shows they can last up to 150 days in some patients.COVID toes have been defined as red, sore, itchy irritations on toes. New research shows they can last up to 150 days in some patients.

The disturbing COVID-19 symptom that can last for 150 days

Researchers at MIT have used machine learning to create software capable of detecting whether a person has caught COVID-19 by analyzing their cough, a development that could eventually result in an iPhone app for daily checks.Researchers at MIT have used machine learning to create software capable of detecting whether a person has caught COVID-19 by analyzing their cough, a development that could eventually result in an iPhone app for daily checks.

Cough analysis app could detect COVID-19 by sound alone | AppleInsider

Imagine an app that will be able, with a high degree of accuracy, be able to determine whether a subject has COVID-19 even if they are asymptomatic. A report says that such an app is in the works.Imagine an app that will be able, with a high degree of accuracy, be able to determine whether a subject has COVID-19 even if they are asymptomatic. A report says that such an app is in the works.

Developers test app that can diagnose COVID by analyzing a cough - PhoneArena

A recent study has found a new coronavirus symptom in which infected people may see their toes getting red and swollen and ultimately turning purple.A recent study has found a new coronavirus symptom in which infected people may see their toes getting red and swollen and ultimately turning purple.

COVID-19: Scientists discover red and swollen feet as new 'COVID toes' symptom

A new study has found that some 'long-hauler' COVID-19 patients, who experience persistent symptoms months after infection, suffer from prolonged skin problems.A new study has found that some 'long-hauler' COVID-19 patients, who experience persistent symptoms months after infection, suffer from prolonged skin problems.

Some 'long-hauler' COVID-19 patients suffering from prolonged skin symptoms | CTV News

By now, we're all familiar with the most common COVID symptoms: we know that fever, cough, and loss of smell or taste—and especially a combination of these—could easily spell trouble. But there's one symptom that's rarely talked about, yet associated with some of the worst COVID cases. A new analysis of patients with long-COVID—those who experience prolonged coronavirus symptoms for 60 days or longer—reveals that one dermatological symptom almost universally ends in a hospital visit. That symptom is called retiform purpura, a necrotic rash resulting from compromised blood vessels.If this sounds a bit frightening, it's because it most definitely is. The analysis, conducted by the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV), explains that out of the 990 cases analyzed for the study, every patient that presented with retiform purpura was hospitalized. COVID patients with this symptom have in many cases suffered vascular damage, indicating that the virus has deeply infiltrated the organs. A net-like pattern appears under the skin as the blockage of blood flow worsens.According to Esther Freeman, MD, director of Global Health Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital, these types of dermatological symptoms can offer much needed clues about a patient's condition.  "The skin can provide a visual window into inflammation that may be going on elsewhere in the body," she explained. Read on for more skin-related signs of long-COVID highlighted in the study, and for more on where the virus is starting to take over, check out 10 States on the Verge of COVID Surges. 1 COVID toesCOVID toes are perhaps the best known skin-related coronavirus symptom. These are chilblain sores that look red, irritated, and inflamed, and they can serve as a dead giveaway that it's time to be tested. The good news? According to the aforementioned study, "COVID toes travel with relatively mild disease, with only 16 percent [of patients] hospitalized." And for more surprising COVID symptoms, find out why A Rash in This Spot May Mean You Have COVID. 2 ErythemaIf you notice a dry, scaly rash on your skin combined with any of the more common COVID symptoms, it's definitely time to get tested. This particular rash is typically red, pink, purple, or brown in color and can be shaped like a bullseye (similar to a rash from Lyme disease) or in smaller circles on the skin. One study noted that this rash was found most commonly in the COVID outbreak in Lombardy, Italy. 3 HivesIf you find that you suddenly break out in hives with no known allergy to explain it, this may very well be a COVID symptom. Speak with your doctor about any skin abnormalities you may notice, especially if you present with any other COVID symptoms. And for a comprehensive list of COVID warning signs, check out The Most Common COVID Symptoms You Could Have. 4 Papulosquamous eruptionsThese skin lesions are characterized by scaly papules or plaques—basically a red, scaly, inflamed skin rash. Doctors believe this is caused by "high levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines," as part of the patient's immune response to COVID-19. And for more warning signs of severe coronavirus, know that If You Have These 2 COVID Symptoms, You Could End Up in the Hospital.By now, we're all familiar with the most common COVID symptoms: we know that fever, cough, and loss of smell or taste—and especially a combination of these—could easily spell trouble. But there's one symptom that's rarely talked about, yet associated with some of the worst COVID cases. A new analysis of patients with long-COVID—those who experience prolonged coronavirus symptoms for 60 days or longer—reveals that one dermatological symptom almost universally ends in a hospital visit. That symptom is called retiform purpura, a necrotic rash resulting from compromised blood vessels.If this sounds a bit frightening, it's because it most definitely is. The analysis, conducted by the European Academy of Dermatology and Venereology (EADV), explains that out of the 990 cases analyzed for the study, every patient that presented with retiform purpura was hospitalized. COVID patients with this symptom have in many cases suffered vascular damage, indicating that the virus has deeply infiltrated the organs. A net-like pattern appears under the skin as the blockage of blood flow worsens.According to Esther Freeman, MD, director of Global Health Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital, these types of dermatological symptoms can offer much needed clues about a patient's condition.  "The skin can provide a visual window into inflammation that may be going on elsewhere in the body," she explained. Read on for more skin-related signs of long-COVID highlighted in the study, and for more on where the virus is starting to take over, check out 10 States on the Verge of COVID Surges. 1 COVID toesCOVID toes are perhaps the best known skin-related coronavirus symptom. These are chilblain sores that look red, irritated, and inflamed, and they can serve as a dead giveaway that it's time to be tested. The good news? According to the aforementioned study, "COVID toes travel with relatively mild disease, with only 16 percent [of patients] hospitalized." And for more surprising COVID symptoms, find out why A Rash in This Spot May Mean You Have COVID. 2 ErythemaIf you notice a dry, scaly rash on your skin combined with any of the more common COVID symptoms, it's definitely time to get tested. This particular rash is typically red, pink, purple, or brown in color and can be shaped like a bullseye (similar to a rash from Lyme disease) or in smaller circles on the skin. One study noted that this rash was found most commonly in the COVID outbreak in Lombardy, Italy. 3 HivesIf you find that you suddenly break out in hives with no known allergy to explain it, this may very well be a COVID symptom. Speak with your doctor about any skin abnormalities you may notice, especially if you present with any other COVID symptoms. And for a comprehensive list of COVID warning signs, check out The Most Common COVID Symptoms You Could Have. 4 Papulosquamous eruptionsThese skin lesions are characterized by scaly papules or plaques—basically a red, scaly, inflamed skin rash. Doctors believe this is caused by "high levels of pro-inflammatory cytokines," as part of the patient's immune response to COVID-19. And for more warning signs of severe coronavirus, know that If You Have These 2 COVID Symptoms, You Could End Up in the Hospital.

If You Have This on Your Skin, You Could Have Severe COVID, Study Shows

Some have reported toes swelling and even changing colour Some have reported toes swelling and even changing colour

'Covid toes' is a symptom of Covid-19 which could last for months say scientists - CoventryLive

Asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 is a huge contributor to the pandemic, but of course if there are no symptoms, how can anyone tell they should isolate or get a test? MIT research has found that hidden in the sound of coughs is a pattern that subtly, but reliably, marks a person as likely to be […]Asymptomatic spread of COVID-19 is a huge contributor to the pandemic, but of course if there are no symptoms, how can anyone tell they should isolate or get a test? MIT research has found that hidden in the sound of coughs is a pattern that subtly, but reliably, marks a person as likely to be […]

Cough-scrutinizing AI shows major promise as an early warning system for COVID-19 – TechCrunch

More than 17,000 new COVID-19 survivors reported by the Health Department brought the country’s currently ill patients down to 27,115, or 7.1 percent of the total confirmed cases.More than 17,000 new COVID-19 survivors reported by the Health Department brought the country’s currently ill patients down to 27,115, or 7.1 percent of the total confirmed cases.

PH records over 17,000 new COVID-19 recoveries, as total cases climb past 383,000

A team of Indian Institute of Science (IISc) researchers who have been working on a tool for diagnosis of covid based on respiratory, cough and speech sounds since April, say the recent MIT findings is exactly in line with their research on the sound-based diagnostics tool, Coswara. ​A team of Indian Institute of Science (IISc) researchers who have been working on a tool for diagnosis of covid based on respiratory, cough and speech sounds since April, say the recent MIT findings is exactly in line with their research on the sound-based diagnostics tool, Coswara. ​

IISc’s cough-covid connect shows up in MIT model too

Toes discoloration … a new symptom of corona virusToes discoloration … a new symptom of corona virus

Toes discoloration … a new symptom of corona virus

UK health bodies have defined the syndrome known as long COVID ahead of developing a diagnosis and treatment guideline.UK health bodies have defined the syndrome known as long COVID ahead of developing a diagnosis and treatment guideline.

Long COVID Defined Ahead of UK Guidelines

Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that they say can distinguish asymptomatic COVID-19 patients from healthy individuals through their cough recordings, and show the results on a smartphone app. Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US found that people who are asymptomatic may differ from healthy individuals in the way that they cough. These differences are not decipherable to the human ear, but can be picked up by artificial intelligence, they said.Scientists have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that they say can distinguish asymptomatic COVID-19 patients from healthy individuals through their cough recordings, and show the results on a smartphone app. Researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US found that people who are asymptomatic may differ from healthy individuals in the way that they cough. These differences are not decipherable to the human ear, but can be picked up by artificial intelligence, they said.

This app can detect asymptomatic COVID-19 cases, scientists say, World News | wionews.com

Persistence beyond 60 days in some cases, especially with pernio/chilblainsPersistence beyond 60 days in some cases, especially with pernio/chilblains

Add Skin Conditions to COVID-19 Long-Hauler Effects | MedPage Today

Red and purple bumps have been appearing on people's fingers and toes since the start of the pandemic.Red and purple bumps have been appearing on people's fingers and toes since the start of the pandemic.

9 Photos Showing What 'COVID Fingers And Toes' Can Look Like | HuffPost Canada Style & Beauty

The scientists advise healthcare professionals to check for and evaluate any skin-related symptoms of COVID-19 once the patient recovers.The scientists advise healthcare professionals to check for and evaluate any skin-related symptoms of COVID-19 once the patient recovers.

Skin problems like COVID toes may last up to 130 days despite recovery from coronavirus infection, claims study - Health News , Firstpost

Another COVID-19 symptom! Swelling and discoloration of toesAnother COVID-19 symptom! Swelling and discoloration of toes

Another COVID-19 symptom! Swelling and discoloration of toes

COVID UK: Cases of coronavirus are continuing to rise in the UK, and symptoms include a high fever, a new cough, and loss of smell and taste. But scientists have now explained a new sign of COVID-19 that develops on your feet. Should you consider self-isolating and getting a free test for coronavirus symptoms?COVID UK: Cases of coronavirus are continuing to rise in the UK, and symptoms include a high fever, a new cough, and loss of smell and taste. But scientists have now explained a new sign of COVID-19 that develops on your feet. Should you consider self-isolating and getting a free test for coronavirus symptoms?

COVID UK: New coronavirus symptoms and signs of infection on feet include COVID toes | Express.co.uk

A new study conducted in Massachusetts has determined that some 'long haulers' of COVID-19 patients experience persisting skin issues.A new study conducted in Massachusetts has determined that some 'long haulers' of COVID-19 patients experience persisting skin issues.

Shocking! Few COVID-19 Patients Experience Lasting Skin Issues - ZEE5 News

A team of researchers from Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US has developed an Artificial intelligence (AI) model that will record coughing and show results on smartphones.A user could log in daily and cough into their phone. The user will instantly receive information on whether they are infected from COVID-19 or not and then confirm it with a formal test

Coronavirus treatment: This AI-based app will detect if you are asymptomatic

NICE, SIGN and RCGP set out further details about the UK guideline on management of the long-term effects of COVID-19 | News and features | News | NICE

Could your phone one day tell you if you're likely to have COVID-19 based on the sound of your cough? That's what scientists at MIT envision.Could your phone one day tell you if you're likely to have COVID-19 based on the sound of your cough? That's what scientists at MIT envision.

MIT Working On App That Could Detect Coronavirus Based On Cough Sound; ‘Pandemics Could Be A Thing Of The Past’ – CBS Boston

Covid-19 patients may experience long-term skin problemsCovid-19 patients may experience long-term skin problems

Lasting skin problems as new Covid-19 symptom - Scientists discover new Covid-19 symptom - 112.international

Artificial intelligence successfully picked out 100 percent of asymptomatic COVID cases from volunteers who reported not having any symptoms, but tested positive for the virus.Artificial intelligence successfully picked out 100 percent of asymptomatic cases from volunteers who reported not having any symptoms but tested positive for the virus.

COVID-19 smartphone app can tell if you're an asymptomatic carrier - by the way you cough - Study Finds

Users can log in daily, cough into their phones, and instantly get info on whether they might be infectedUsers can log in daily, cough into their phones, and instantly get info on whether they might be infected

Now, cough into your phone and find out if you are asymptomatic - The Hindu BusinessLine

Scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have claimed to have developed an AI model that can distinguish asymptomatic Covid-19 patients from healthy through their cough recordings.Scientists at Massachusetts Institute of Technology have claimed to have developed an AI model that can distinguish asymptomatic Covid-19 patients from healthy through their cough recordings.

Scientists develop app that uses AI to diagnose asymptomatic Covid-19 cases - SCIENCE News

New guidelines on how to treat the debilitating condition are being drawn up New guidelines on how to treat the debilitating condition are being drawn up

Long Covid sufferers 'face psychiatric problems as well as pain and fatigue'

Now, asymptomatic COVID-19 patients can be distinguished from healthy individuals as scientists claim they have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that shows the results on an app that can be downloaded on smartphones. Now, asymptomatic COVID-19 patients can be distinguished from healthy individuals as scientists claim they have developed an artificial intelligence (AI) model that shows the results on an app that can be downloaded on smartphones.

Asymptomatic covid19 patients distinguish healthy individuals scientists artificial intelligence app | India News – India TV

Patients with long-term effects of Covid-19 are those with symptoms for more than 12 weeks that ‘can affect any system in the body’, according to a new definition by NICE. In its first definition of the different stages of Covid, NICE said ‘post-Covid-19 syndrome’ occurred following an infection, with symptoms – usually appearing as ‘clusters’

Long Covid ‘can affect any system in the body’ for over 12 weeks, says NICE - Pulse Today

Known as 'Covid toes', the new symptom linked with the virus could last for months and a time, typically developing within a week to four weeks of getting the virus. Known as 'Covid toes', the new symptom linked with the virus could last for months and a time, typically developing within a week to four weeks of getting the virus.

New coronavirus symptom that affects your toes can last for months, warn scientists - RSVP Live

The new symptom is mild but could hang around for a while The new symptom is mild but could hang around for a while

Scientists warn about new coronavirus symptom 'Covid toes' that could last for 'months' - Birmingham Live

A new side effect of the COVID-19 has recently been uncovered. Scientists found that some coronavirus patients have developed chilblain-like inflammation in their feet, or 'COVID toes', which can last for weeks or months.A new side effect of the COVID-19 has recently been uncovered. Scientists found that some coronavirus patients have developed chilblain-like inflammation in their feet, or 'COVID toes', which can last for weeks or months.

Researchers say 'COVID toes' is a new side effect of the virus

A new study finds that some “long-hauler” <a href="https://www.clickondetroit.com/topic/Coronavirus/" target=_blank>COVID-19</a> patients may experience prolonged skin symptoms, with one patient reporting “COVID toes” for as long as 150 days.A new study finds that some “long-hauler” <a href="https://www.clickondetroit.com/topic/Coronavirus/" target=_blank>COVID-19</a> patients may experience prolonged skin symptoms, with one patient reporting “COVID toes” for as long as 150 days.

New research finds that ‘COVID toes’ could last for 150 days

One of the newest symptoms of coronavirus to emerge has been dubbed 'Covid toe'. Here's everything you need to know.And how can you differentiate them from chilblains?

What are 'Covid toes' and how long do they last for after you have coronavirus? | Metro News