1. The link between obesity and Covid-19 is now too blatant to ignore  Telegraph.co.uk
  2. Coronavirus: A third of long-term COVID-19 hospital patients die, with dementia and obesity carrying the highest risk  Sky News
  3. Obese Scots less likely to survive Covid-19 as it can trigger life-threatening reaction  The Scottish Sun
  4. Study Suggests a Third of COVID-19 Hospital Patients May Die  Medscape
  5. Obesity cuts chances of surviving Covid-19, study of 17,000 patients concludes  AOL Travel UK
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Following the devastating outbreak of Covid-19 in China in December and January, details began to emerge of the risk factors predisposing sufferers to the more serious manifestations and to the risk of death.Following the devastating outbreak of Covid-19 in China in December and January, details began to emerge of the risk factors predisposing sufferers to the more serious manifestations and to the risk of death.

The link between obesity and Covid-19 is now too blatant to ignore

After adjusting for other medical problems, obesity is a significant factor associated with death from the disease, a study finds.After adjusting for other medical problems, obesity is a significant factor associated with death from the disease, a study finds.

Coronavirus: A third of long-term COVID-19 hospital patients die, with dementia and obesity carrying the highest risk | UK News | Sky News

Doctors looked at 83 severe COVID-19 patients at St James's Hospital in Dublin. They found tiny blood clots in the lungs which can lead to low oxygen levels.Doctors looked at 83 severe COVID-19 patients at St James's Hospital in Dublin. They found tiny blood clots in the lungs which can lead to low oxygen levels.

Coronavirus causes hundreds of deadly blood clots in the lungs | Daily Mail Online

COVID-19 causes blood clots in some people. If these clots get into the lungs, brain or heart, they can cut off blood supply and oxygen, causing pulmonary embolisms, strokes or heart attacks.COVID-19 causes blood clots in some people. If these clots get into the lungs, brain or heart, they can cut off blood supply and oxygen, causing pulmonary embolisms, strokes or heart attacks.

People with coronavirus are at risk of blood clots and strokes. Here's what we know so far

People with coronavirus are at risk of blood clots and strokes. Here's what we know so far

“Dr. Erin Philpott sees her patients end up on ventilators for days, develop dangerous blood clots, and sadly, lose their lives. Help her do her job by ensuring you are not one of those patients. She’s on the frontline of the #COVID19 crisis & she does NOT want you to be there. https://t.co/17s9ThqTK4”

Michelle Lujan Grisham on Twitter: "Dr. Erin Philpott sees her patients end up on ventilators for days, develop dangerous blood clots, and sadly, lose their lives. Help her do her job by ensuring you are not one of those patients. She’s on the frontline of the #COVID19 crisis & she does NOT want you to be there.… https://t.co/fdG1DjVQEs"

“A study led by clinician scientists at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has found that Irish patients admitted to hospital with severe COVID-19 infection are experiencing abnormal blood clotting that contributes to death in some patients.”

Fergal Bowers on Twitter: "A study led by clinician scientists at RCSI University of Medicine and Health Sciences has found that Irish patients admitted to hospital with severe COVID-19 infection are experiencing abnormal blood clotting that contributes to death in some patients."

“Blood clotting a significant cause of death in patients with COVID-19 | EurekAlert! Science News https://t.co/ZR3XON9aG3”

Andrea Kuszewski 🧠 on Twitter: "Blood clotting a significant cause of death in patients with COVID-19 | EurekAlert! Science News https://t.co/ZR3XON9aG3"

“"There may be additional heart attacks and strokes and other clotting events that may be related to COVID-19," warns @IDPH's Dr. Ezike This after new studies are emerging on ways #COVID19 may be affecting blood vessels (and other possible long-term effects) @cbschicago”

Marissa Parra on Twitter: ""There may be additional heart attacks and strokes and other clotting events that may be related to COVID-19," warns @IDPH's Dr. Ezike This after new studies are emerging on ways #COVID19 may be affecting blood vessels (and other possible long-term effects) @cbschicago"

DEADLY blood clots invade coronavirus patients’ lungs which can kill them, doctors are warning.  Irish researchers found that in severe cases of Covid-19, the deadly disease can trigger hundr…

Deadly blood clots ‘invade coronavirus patients’ lungs killing them’, say doctors – The Sun

New research has found that Covid-19 can cause 'small' blockages in the lungs - which can lead to potentially deadly blood clots.New research has found Covid-19 is associated with a unique type of blood-clotting disorder

Coronavirus: Does Covid-19 cause blood clots? | Metro News

BEING obese can reduce the chances of surviving severe cases of Covid-19, new research has found. Reduced lung function and inflamed tissue under the skin and around internal organs could be linked…

Obese Scots less likely to survive Covid-19 as it can trigger life-threatening reaction – The Scottish Sun

After nearly three weeks in an intensive care unit in Los Angeles, doctors treating 41-year-old Broadway actor Nick Cordero for COVID-19 were forced to amputate his right leg. The flow of blood had been impeded by a blood clot: yet another dangerous complication of the disease that has been bubbling…

Mysterious blood clots are COVID-19's latest lethal surprise - Japan Today

Being obese can reduce the chances of surviving severe cases of Covid-19, new research has found.Reduced lung function and inflamed tissue under the skin and around internal organs could be linkedBeing obese can reduce the chances of surviving severe cases of Covid-19, new research has found.Reduced lung function and inflamed tissue under the skin and around internal organs could be linked

Obesity cuts chances of surviving Covid-19, study of 17,000 patients concludes - AOL

Read the latest Granada stories, New study by universities suggests obesity cuts chances of surviving Covid-19 on ITV News, videos, stories and all the latest Granada newsBeing obese can reduce the chances of surviving severe cases of Covid-19, new research has found. Reduced lung function and inflamed tissue under the skin and around internal organs could be linked to the increased risk, according to joint research from universities of Edinburgh, Liverpool and Imperial College London.

New study by universities suggests obesity cuts chances of surviving Covid-19 | Granada - ITV News

Between March 23 and April 7, five young New Yorkers with COVID-19 had stokes. They may be caused by clots due to swelling in blood vessels.Between March 23 and April 7, five young New Yorkers with COVID-19 had stokes. They may be caused by clots due to swelling in blood vessels.

Coronavirus shows doctors how a virus can cause strokes and blood clots - Business Insider

Reduced lung function and inflamed adipose tissue could hamper recovery from COVID-19 for obese patients.Reduced lung function and inflamed adipose tissue could hamper recovery from COVID-19 for obese patients.

Study Suggests a Third of COVID-19 Hospital Patients May Die

More people have experienced blood clots — which cause swollen toes, strokes and more — as a result of COVID-19.More people have experienced blood clots — which cause swollen toes, strokes and more — as a result of COVID-19.

Everything You Need To Know About Coronavirus Causing Blood Clots | HuffPost Canada Wellness

COVID-19 might raise stroke risk in young and middle-aged adults, with virus-linked blood clots causing severe damage to their brains, doctors warn.

COVID-19 now linked with strokes in young patients

COVID-19 appears to thicken the blood of many patients, making them vulnerable to clots that can damage the lungs, kidneys and brain.COVID-19 appears to thicken the blood of many patients, making them vulnerable to clots that can damage the lungs, kidneys and brain.

Strokes And Blood Clots Seen In COVID-19 Patients : Shots - Health News : NPR