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The 3 Strangest Covid-19 Symptoms Explained

Anosmia, ‘happy hypoxia,’ and blood clots: What scientists know and don’t know

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The Covid-19 pandemic is an unprecedented event in modern medical practice, and health care providers are seeing extraordinary numbers of severely ill people. Many providers think the novel coronavirus is causing the human body to behave in weird ways. In some…




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