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Some coronavirus patients may develop ‘COVID tongue’ — a painful rash or ‘furry coating’ on their swelling tongues, a researcher says

Some people infected with the coronavirus might have “COVID tongue.” The condition may involve a painful rash, swelling, or discoloration on patients’ tongues. One UK researcher says it’s critical to draw attention to “non-classic” coronavirus symptoms like COVID tongue that aren’t on official public health lists. Visit Business Insider’s homepage […]
Some coronavirus patients may develop ‘COVID tongue’ — a painful rash or ‘furry coating’ on their swelling tongues, a researcher says
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Researchers found far higher levels of coronavirus in the brains of mice than the lungs — a possible explanation for neurological symptoms

The coronavirus can linger indefinitely in the brains of mice, according to a new study. The research may help explain persistent neurological issues in humans, such as dizziness, headaches, or brain fog. In some cases, these neurological problems could give rise to chronic illnesses. Visit Business Insider’s homepage for more […]
Researchers found far higher levels of coronavirus in the brains of mice than the lungs — a possible explanation for neurological symptoms
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It’s not just COVID toes: Coronavirus long-haulers are also getting red, scaly rashes — a sign of lingering inflammation

Some coronavirus patients – particularly those with long-lasting symptoms – have reported dermatological problems including hives, lesions, and red, scaly rashes. A new report from Massachusetts General Hospital identified skin issues among more than 300 coronavirus patients from April to August. Doctors suspect these rashes may be the result of […]
It’s not just COVID toes: Coronavirus long-haulers are also getting red, scaly rashes — a sign of lingering inflammation
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A supercomputer found a promising theory about why COVID-19 cases go downhill fast. It even explains the bizarre range of symptoms.

Tennessee researchers used a supercomputer to analyse lung fluid from coronavirus patients. They found that patients with severe cases may produce too much bradykinin, a chemical that regulates blood pressure. This could set off a chain reaction that leads to COVID-19’s bizarre range of symptoms – including cardiac, gastrointestinal, and […]
A supercomputer found a promising theory about why COVID-19 cases go downhill fast. It even explains the bizarre range of symptoms.