COVID patients experience 76pc symptoms after 6 months of recovery By Sun Online Desk | Last Updated: 19th January, 2021, 15:11

The study claims that about 76pc of the participants were experiencing lingering symptoms of COVID-19 6 months after being cured of the illness

Coronavirus: 76pc of COVID patients experience symptoms even after 6 months of recovery, claims research

COVID new strain: Cause of origin and 4 symptoms to note, as per scientists Cause of 4 new symptoms of Covid to note: Scientists

The study further claims that, “The apparent decoupling between social contacts and transmission during November and December could therefore indicate a change in characteristics of the virus”


Novel method may help detect Covid antibodies in seconds Novel method may help detect Covid antibodies in seconds

For many, it can also span into weeks, often a months-long battle, leaving them vulnerable to other medical frailties


Nuts for Diabetes: 5 ways to sneak in almonds, walnuts and more in a diabetes diet Nuts for Diabetes: 5 ways to sneak in almonds, walnuts and more in a diabetes diet

Diabetes is a major concern that is gradually gripping the whole world


Protect yourself by wearing world's smartest face mask made by Gaming company Razer Protect yourself by wearing world's smartest face mask

The design includes active ventilation - exhaling warmer exhaled air whilst pulling in cooler air


Asymptomatic people spread almost 60pc of COVID infections 60pc COVID infections spread by Asymptomatic patients

Asymptomatic people are individuals who have been exposed to the virus


AI-driven sensor can monitor brain serotonin levels in real-time AI-driven sensor can monitor brain serotonin levels

Serotonin is a neurochemical that plays a critical role in the way the brain controls our thoughts and feelings


Coronavirus: Heart rates can indicate COVID-19 in people Coronavirus: Heart rates can indicate COVID-19 in people

A new study has found that changing heart rates can also determine whether you have COVID-19 or not


Coronavirus: Is reinfection a reality? Coronavirus: Is reinfection a reality?

Discovery of newer, far more infectious mutations have only added to the worry


COVID can be transiently air-borne but masks can keep one safe: Study COVID can be transiently air-borne: Study

The scientists used an air sampler that can collect the virus particles, and then looked for their presence using RT-PCR


Ways to follow a mindful routine Ways to follow a mindful routine

Gaze at your surrounding trees, everyday sun, moon, clouds, stars, water bodies, and flowers, all this gives you a sense of oneness with the universe


Home remedies for common cold Home remedies for common cold

There is no cure for a common cold but there are several home remedies and of the counter medicines that can help treat the symptoms



COVID patients may suffer with psychotic symptoms COVID patients may suffer with psychotic symptoms

 Psychosis is a medical condition where an individual experiences an impaired relationship with reality


Coronavirus: Definite signs you need to take a COVID-19 test Definite signs you need to take a COVID-19 test

 Nonetheless, early detection is better than later problems


Immunity-boosting foods for women over 40 Immunity-boosting foods for women over 40

Eggs are rich in vitamin D and full of iron, both nutrients that women often lack


Mask won’t stop kids from understanding facial expressions Mask won’t stop kids from understanding facial expressions

 The kids are asked to assign an emotion to each face from a list of six labels


Higher intake of ultra-processed foods may up death risk Higher intake of ultra-processed foods may up death risk

Supermarket shelves are increasingly flooded with foods produced by extensive industrial processing, generally low in essential nutrients, high in sugar, oil and salt and liable to be overconsumed


Study reveals how brain distinguishes speech from noise Study reveals how brain distinguishes speech from noise

The neuromodulator — acetylcholine — may even help the main auditory brain circuitry distinguish speech from noise


Women suffering more than men due to Covid-19 isolation Women suffering more than men due to Covid-19 isolation

These differences need to be considered in planning targeted psychological interventions, says the researchers


COVID-19 may protect against reinfection COVID-19 may protect against reinfection

Researchers find that people with antibodies from natural infections were at much lower risk


Fear of losing loved ones motivates people to get vaccine Fear of losing loved ones motivates people to get vaccine

The new study from University of Michigan has found that appealing to people’s concerns for their loved ones can encourage people to get the vaccine


Women face less severe Covid-19 complications: Study Women face less severe Covid-19 complications: Study

Another gene that is twice as strong in women due to this X-inactivation escape is called Toll-like receptor seven, a key part of the innate immune system


Will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines? Will children be able to get COVID-19 vaccines?

 Positive outcomes in adult studies are reassuring and suggest it is safe to proceed in testing kids


Coronavirus nearly three times more deadly than flu: study Coronavirus nearly three times more deadly than flu: study

A study released an outlined just how much worse, showing a death rate almost three times higher among Covid-19 patients


5 symptoms that indicate COVID-19, as per study 5 symptoms that indicate COVID-19, as per study

As per Centre for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), headaches have been listed as one of the common symptoms of COVID-19


New Covid strain: How worried should we be? New Covid strain: How worried should we be?

I have one simple rule for making sense of "new variant" or "new strain" coronavirus stories


Many Covid positive pregnant women are asymptomatic: Study Many Covid positive pregnant women are asymptomatic: Study

The majority or 72 per cent of the pregnant patients who tested positive were asymptomatic


Smell, taste loss first Covid infection symptom: Study Smell, taste loss first Covid infection symptom: Study

Loss of smell and taste are common in people who have Covid-19 infections


Coronavirus: New group of COVID symptoms spotted in kids Coronavirus: New group of COVID symptoms spotted in kids

In recent reports, a new group of symptoms have started affecting the children in the worst way possible


Green tea, dark chocolate may fight against Covid virus Green tea, dark chocolate may fight against Covid virus

The chemical compounds in green tea and muscadine grapes were very successful at inhibiting Mpro’s function


‘Natural immunity’ from Covid is not safer than a vaccine ‘Natural immunity’ from Covid is not safer than a vaccine

The primary advantage of a vaccine is that it’s predictable and safe, says US Republican Senator Rand Paul 


Most lungs recover well after COVID-19, says study Most lungs recover well after COVID-19, says study

According to the study, the most common complaints after three months are fatigue, shortness of breath and chest pains

 


Obesity in children might be due to genetic variant resulting in less leptin production Obesity in children might be due to genetic variant resulting in less leptin production

Children of African descent, who possess a genetic variant that lowers the production of leptin in body have a higher risk of becoming overweight. Leptin has a major role in controlling the weight of children


Weight-loss surgeries may weaken bone health, suggests study Weight-loss surgeries may weaken bone health, suggests study

According to the study, while teenagers may opt for popular weight-loss surgeries, they may know that the common side-effect of the same may damage bone health severely


Coronavirus vaccine: Should COVID-19 recovered people get vaccinated? Coronavirus vaccine: Should COVID-19 recovered people get vaccinated?

Vitamin C is a powerful antioxidant that helps in reducing inflammation in the body


How maternity leaves impact a woman's career! How maternity leaves impact a woman's career!

Hence, to address this never-ending, important issue, maternity leaves were introduced for new mothers


COVID can enter your brain through the nose COVID can enter your brain through the nose

Scientists have studied autopsies of 33 patients in Germany who died due to COVID-19 and analyzed samples of mucus at the back of the nose and brain tissue, interconnected with each other


More than one-third Covid kids show no symptoms: Study More than one-third Covid kids show no symptoms: Study

 Youngsters diagnosed with the disease may represent just a fraction of those infected, say researchers


5 nutrients that can help increase red blood cell count 5 nutrients that can help increase RBC count

Folate is a type of vitamin B, needed to make red and white blood cells in the bone marrow


Novel coronavirus may enter brain via nose Novel coronavirus may enter brain via nose

Recent research has described the presence of viral RNA in the brain and cerebrospinal fluid

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