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Some coronavirus patients may suffer from ‘micro-strokes’ that are too small to notice

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Nate Favini (Medical Lead, Forward Health and UCLA RWJF CSP  Alumni), in a recent article, discusses patients of COVID-19 suffering from micro-strokes.

For more articles from Nate Favini, see below.

For a growing number of COVID-19 patients, symptoms last more than a month. Four young patients who’ve been sick 30-plus days say they’re ‘terrified.’ (Business Insider Singapore, 5/2/20)

Trump Says Sweden ‘Paying Heavily’ For Failure To Lock Down As Death Tolls Rise Over 2,500 (Forbes, 4/30/20)

Can a smart thermostat protect you from the coronavirus? (Digital Trends, 4/28/20)

Doctors on the return of sports: ‘Fans may not be in stadiums until well into 2021’ (The Guardian, 4/28/20

Losing Your Sense of Smell May Be an Early Symptom of COVID-19 (Healthline, 4/27/20)

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