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Add skin conditions to the COVID-19 long-range effects

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

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

Artificial Intelligence Model Detects Asymptomatic Covid-19 Infections Through Cellphone-Recorded Coughs « Machine Learning Times

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

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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

Typically, the three symptoms carried by experts and health services are a sudden loss of taste or smell, persistent, new cough and high temperature or fever Typically, the three symptoms carried by experts and health services are a sudden loss of taste or smell, persistent, new cough and high temperature or fever

New coronavirus symptom found by Covid-19 scientists - and it can develop a month after being infected - Birmingham Live

Condition typically develops within a week to four weeks of being infected Condition typically develops within a week to four weeks of being infected

'Skin can be viewed as a window into the rest of the body' New Covid symptom discovered by scientists - Wales Online

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COVID-19 is spreading faster and further in households than previously thought:...COVID-19 is spreading faster and further in households than previously thought:...

COVID-19 is spreading faster and further in households than previously thought:...

Rest of World News: BRASILIA: The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Brazil has increased by 22,282 to 5,516,658 within the past 24 hours, the national Ministry of Hea.Rest of World News: BRASILIA: The number of confirmed Covid-19 cases in Brazil has increased by 22,282 to 5,516,658 within the past 24 hours, the national Ministry of Hea.

Number of Covid-19 cases in Brazil surpasses 5.5 million - Times of India

There's an important link between vitamin D and coronavirus

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

Covid-19: Researchers discover new symptom called Covid toes

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Boston [US], November 1 (ANI): A new analysis suggests that some patients with COVID-19 have persistent skin-related symptoms long after they recover from the initial infection.Boston [US], November 1 (ANI): A new analysis suggests that some patients with COVID-19 have persistent skin-related symptoms long after they recover from the initial infection.

Study says COVID-19 overhaulers experience skin problems

COVID-19 Patients: 80% of Them Are Vitamin D Deficient, Study Claims

The Philippines Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday reported 1,803 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection, bringing the total number in the country to 38The Philippines Department of Health (DOH) on Saturday reported 1,803 new confirmed cases of COVID-19 infection, bringing the total number in the country to 38

Philippines reports 1,803 new COVID-19 infections

Country registers 25,595 more coronavirus infections as pressure on hospital continues to mountCountry registers 25,595 more coronavirus infections as pressure on hospital continues to mount

Spain hits new virus case record 2nd day in a row

COVID-19 spreads faster and more widely throughout U.S. households than previously reported, according to new preliminary research from a multicenter study led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers and published in MMWR, a weekly report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.COVID-19 spreads faster and more widely throughout U.S. households than previously reported, according to new preliminary research from a multicenter study led by Vanderbilt University Medical Center researchers and published in MMWR, a weekly report from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention.

COVID-19 spreads faster and more widely in U.S. households, finds study

However, researchers including Arnold I Barnett from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, said the High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters may not function as effectively in airplanes as the report suggests.However, researchers including Arnold I Barnett from the Massachusetts Institute of Technology (MIT) in the US, said the High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) filters may not function as effectively in airplanes as the report suggests.

Covid-19 Risk in Airplanes, Restaurants, Grocery Stores Cannot Be Easily Compared: Scientists

A new study finds grocery store workers also have alarming rates of infection.A new study finds grocery store workers also have alarming rates of infection.

Study says high rate of symptomless COVID-19 infection among grocery store workers

AI models have been built to detect conditions like pneumonia, asthma and even neuromuscular diseases, all of which alter how a person coughs in different ways. Before the pandemic, researcher Brian Subirana had shown that coughs may even help predict Alzheimer's — mirroring results from IBM researchAI models have been built to detect conditions like pneumonia, asthma and even neuromuscular diseases, all of which alter how a person coughs in different ways. Before the pandemic, researcher Brian Subirana had shown that coughs may even help predict Alzheimer's — mirroring results from IBM research

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

With 7,468 recoveries and 3,104 new cases reported in Karnataka as of Friday night, the state has seen more recoveries than new cases for the 17th consecutive day.With 7,468 recoveries and 3,104 new cases reported in Karnataka as of Friday night, the state has seen more recoveries than new cases for the 17th consecutive day.

For 17th day, more recoveries than COVID-positive cases in Karnataka- The New Indian Express

A new analysis of COVID "long haulers" has found that they may have skin symptoms for months—including the strange phenomenon "COVID toes," which one man had for almost six months. The analysis looked at nearly 1,000 COVID patients from 39 countries. Patients reported a number of skin-related symptoms, and the average duration was 12 days. But some conditions lasted much longer. Read on to learn more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.COVID Toes Could Last For Months"When we started looking at symptom duration, some of these patients are having really incredibly long-lasting symptoms," Dr. Esther Freeman, the principal investigator of the registry and the director of Global Health Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, told NBC News. "In particular, we saw that with chilblains, also known as COVID toes, where they've been having skin symptoms for more than 60 days."One patient had COVID toes for 130 days, and another had the condition for more than 150 days, the study said. "They've had toe swelling and toe discoloration and toe pain for many months," said Freeman. "They've had this really kind of persistent inflammation." RELATED: 11 Symptoms of COVID You Never Want to GetSkin Symptoms a Common Sign of COVIDOther studies have shown that up to 20% of people diagnosed with COVID-19 report skin changes as part of their illness, including a rash, hives or breakouts resembling chicken pox or the scaly plaques of psoriasis. When doctors noticed several patients reported a rash on their feet, "COVID toes" became a common term and a source of curiosity. Overall, COVID-related skin changes are so common that researchers behind the COVID Symptom Study say they should be considered a fourth key sign of COVID-19, along with fever, cough and loss of smell or taste.The coronavirus has been observed to cause inflammation throughout the body, including in the lungs, heart and brain. COVID toes seem to be connected to this inflammatory process. "This data adds to our knowledge about how COVID-19 can affect multiple different organ systems, even after patients have recovered from their acute infection," said Freeman in a press release about the new study. "The skin can provide a visual window into inflammation that may be going on elsewhere in the body."RELATED: Dr. Fauci Says You Don't Have to Do This Anymore to Avoid COVIDWhat to Do About COVID ToesAccording to the American Academy of Dermatology, children, teenagers, and young adults are most likely to develop COVID toes. Many never develop other symptoms of COVID-19, and when they do, symptoms tend to be mild. Applying a hydrocortisone cream to the affected area can reduce pain or itching.If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, including an unexplained skin rash, it's best to contact your doctor for advice. And do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Mask, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.A new analysis of COVID "long haulers" has found that they may have skin symptoms for months—including the strange phenomenon "COVID toes," which one man had for almost six months. The analysis looked at nearly 1,000 COVID patients from 39 countries. Patients reported a number of skin-related symptoms, and the average duration was 12 days. But some conditions lasted much longer. Read on to learn more, and to ensure your health and the health of others, don't miss these Sure Signs You've Already Had Coronavirus.COVID Toes Could Last For Months"When we started looking at symptom duration, some of these patients are having really incredibly long-lasting symptoms," Dr. Esther Freeman, the principal investigator of the registry and the director of Global Health Dermatology at Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, told NBC News. "In particular, we saw that with chilblains, also known as COVID toes, where they've been having skin symptoms for more than 60 days."One patient had COVID toes for 130 days, and another had the condition for more than 150 days, the study said. "They've had toe swelling and toe discoloration and toe pain for many months," said Freeman. "They've had this really kind of persistent inflammation." RELATED: 11 Symptoms of COVID You Never Want to GetSkin Symptoms a Common Sign of COVIDOther studies have shown that up to 20% of people diagnosed with COVID-19 report skin changes as part of their illness, including a rash, hives or breakouts resembling chicken pox or the scaly plaques of psoriasis. When doctors noticed several patients reported a rash on their feet, "COVID toes" became a common term and a source of curiosity. Overall, COVID-related skin changes are so common that researchers behind the COVID Symptom Study say they should be considered a fourth key sign of COVID-19, along with fever, cough and loss of smell or taste.The coronavirus has been observed to cause inflammation throughout the body, including in the lungs, heart and brain. COVID toes seem to be connected to this inflammatory process. "This data adds to our knowledge about how COVID-19 can affect multiple different organ systems, even after patients have recovered from their acute infection," said Freeman in a press release about the new study. "The skin can provide a visual window into inflammation that may be going on elsewhere in the body."RELATED: Dr. Fauci Says You Don't Have to Do This Anymore to Avoid COVIDWhat to Do About COVID ToesAccording to the American Academy of Dermatology, children, teenagers, and young adults are most likely to develop COVID toes. Many never develop other symptoms of COVID-19, and when they do, symptoms tend to be mild. Applying a hydrocortisone cream to the affected area can reduce pain or itching.If you experience any symptoms of COVID-19, including an unexplained skin rash, it's best to contact your doctor for advice. And do everything you can to prevent getting—and spreading—COVID-19 in the first place: Mask, get tested if you think you have coronavirus, avoid crowds (and bars, and house parties), practice social distancing, only run essential errands, wash your hands regularly, disinfect frequently touched surfaces, and to get through this pandemic at your healthiest, don't miss these 35 Places You're Most Likely to Catch COVID.

This Weird COVID Symptom Could Last Five Months, Study Shows

Some COVID-19 ‘long haulers’ experience lasting skin problems

HEALTH chiefs have issued more details about a new UK guideline about management of post-Covid syndrome, or “Long Covid”.HEALTH chiefs have issued more details about a new UK guideline about management of post-Covid syndrome, or “Long Covid”.

Health bosses reveal more details of ‘Long Covid’ guideline | The National

Karnataka reported 3,014 new cases and 28 Covid deaths on Saturday, taking the active case count to 55,017 and death toll to 11,168.Karnataka reported 3,014 new cases and 28 Covid deaths on Saturday, taking the active case count to 55,017 and death toll to 11,168.

Karnataka: Covid-19 recoveries exceed new cases for 17th consecutive day | Deccan Herald

Unfortunately, there are no known treatments for the coronavirus-related skin conditions.Unfortunately, there are no known treatments for the coronavirus-related skin conditions.

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MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish families who normally honour their dead relatives by visiting cemeteries on the Day of the Dead are spacing out their visits this year as a second wave of coronavirus sweeps the country.MADRID (Reuters) - Spanish families who normally honour their dead relatives by visiting cemeteries on the Day of the Dead are spacing out their visits this year as a second wave of coronavirus sweeps the country.

Spanish families mark Day of the Dead separately amid COVID-19 fears | The Star

According to the research, at least 75 per cent of the secondary household infections occurred within five days of the first person in the household experiencing symptoms. According to the research, at least 75 per cent of the secondary household infections occurred within five days of the first person in the household experiencing symptoms.

COVID-19 spreads faster, more widely within households than previously estimated: US study

However, three out of four of the workers who tested positive were asymptomatic.However, three out of four of the workers who tested positive were asymptomatic.

Study: 20% Of Workers At Boston Grocery Store Tested Positive For COVID – CBS Boston

COVID toes is a symptom that causes toe swelling, discoloration and pain.

Covid toes could last for 150 days, new research finds - NBC2 News

A new study suggests that more than 80% of COVID-19 patients could be vitamin D deficient.A new study suggests that more than 80% of COVID-19 patients could be vitamin D deficient.

Study: Vitamin D Deficiency Common in COVID-19 Patients

Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said on Friday it would stop enrolling patients receiving advanced COVID-19 care in a trial testing its experimental antibody treatment in hospitalized patients, based on the recommendation of an independent safety board.Regeneron Pharmaceuticals said on Friday it would stop enrolling patients receiving advanced COVID-19 care in a trial testing its experimental antibody treatment in hospitalized patients, based on the recommendation of an independent safety board.

Regeneron to stop enrolling very sick COVID-19 patients in antibody trial | Reuters

Data from an international registry shed light on the lasting inflammatory effects of SARS-CoV-2 and can also inform patient management and prognosis.Data from an international registry shed light on the lasting inflammatory effects of SARS-CoV-2 and can also inform patient management and prognosis.

Skin Symptoms Common in COVID 'Long-Haulers'

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