For updated global info & data on COVID-19, please click HERE.For updated global data & graphs on COVID-19, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases and death counts in USA by state, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida via Florida COVID Action, please click HERE.For COVID-19 cases in Florida, via Florida state government, please click HERE.A lot of the information we hear about COVID-19 surrounds how the virus impacts your lungs or how the pandemic has ravaged society due to quarantine. But what about your brain? Might coronavirus have an effect there, too? Come along with Alie Astrocyte to learn about which symptoms might be indicative of the neurological effects of COVID, in the video “How COVID-19 Affects The Brain“, below:
Please take this virus seriously. Stay at home until the time of arrival of vaccine.
Can you get Coronavirus in your brain? Coronavirus can affect lots of different parts of the body but there is evidence to suggest that you can get coronavirus in your brain. Is it true and what happens if coronavirus does enter your brain, in the video “Coronavirus in your brain“, below:
A study from University College London describes 43 cases of patients with COVID-19 who suffered adverse effects on the brain, including strokes. Dr. Hadi Manji, a joint author of that study and consultant neurologist at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery in London, joins CBSN to discuss the findings, in the video “Scientists warn brain damage may be linked to COVID-19“, below:
18 Coronavirus Autopsies (This is what they found in the Brain) | COVID-19 Autopsy, in the video “18 Coronavirus Autopsies (This is what they found in the Brain), COVID-19 Autopsy“, below:
CBS News senior medical correspondent Dr. Tara Narula, who is a cardiologist, joins CBSN to explain what we’re learning about COVID-19 and heart damage, as well as possible effects on the heart from use of the drug hydroxychloroquine, in the video “Doctor explains how coronavirus may affect the heart“, below:
The effects of COVID-19 on the lungs are well-known. As the COVID-19 pandemic continues, more information is becoming available about the role the virus, called SARS-CoV-2, has on the heart. “Individuals with known cardiovascular disease are at an increased risk of more severe complications from respiratory viral illnesses, including the flu and COVID-19,” says Dr. Leslie Cooper, chair of the Department of Cardiology at Mayo Clinic, in the video “How does COVID-19 affect the heart?” below:
Cardiologist Erin Michos discusses who is at higher risk for complications due to COVID-19, how COVID-19 impacts the heart, supportive therapies for patients with the virus and infection prevention strategies, in the video “COVID-19 Facts for Patients with Cardiovascular Disease“, below:
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