COVID

Long symptoms of covid are often overlooked in the elderly – The Washington Post

Reserved space while article actions are loading Nearly 18 months after contracting the coronavirus and spending weeks in the hospital, Terry Bell struggles with hanging shirts and pants after washing clothes. Lifting clothes, raising hands, stacking things in the closet leaves Bella breathless and often causes severe fatigue. He walks with a cane, and only …

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Covid variants inevitable as long as the virus continues to spread, doctors say – TribLIVE

The virus that causes covid-19 has mutated over and over again, and experts say new variants will continue, in part because of the nature of the virus, but also because a large portion of the population chooses not to be vaccinated. “Should we expect more variants? The answer is yes, ”said Dr. Mohamed Yassin, Director …

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Symptoms of COVID vs. Cold: Here’s how to spot the difference – NBC Chicago

If you have recently had a runny nose or sore throat, you may be wondering if it is a common cold, allergies or a COVID-19 infection. Health officials say it can be difficult to determine which disease you are suffering from based on symptoms, but testing is one way to find out – including people …

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COVID Los Angeles: The county is recording an increase in hospitalizations; 76 is being treated in intensive care – KABC-TV

LOS ANGELES (CNS) – The number of people hospitalized for coronavirus infection in Los Angeles County has risen by 21 to 762, according to the latest state data. Of those patients hospitalized on Saturday, 76 were treated in intensive care, up nine from Friday. Some COVID-positive patients probably entered the hospital for other reasons before …

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COVID test results: Does a weak line mean you are positive? – Deseret News

If you take a quick test for COVID-19 at home and the line appears very weak, does that mean you have COVID? Here’s what we know. Defining a line: The short answer is yes. Omai Garner, associate clinical professor and director of clinical microbiology at UCLA Health, told.Today”Show that the line shows the presence of“ …

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