What does pantothenic acid do for your body?

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What does pantothenic acid do for your body?/Pantothenic Acid is a water-soluble vitamin ubiquitously found in plants and animal tissues with antioxidant properties. Vitamin B5 is a component of coenzyme A (CoA) and a part of the vitamin B2 complex. Vitamin B5 is a Read More …>>

Granulomatous Inflammatory Arthritis

Arthrocutaneouveal granulomatosis

Arthrocutaneouveal granulomatosis/Blau syndrome (BS) is a rare autosomal dominant, autoinflammatory syndrome characterized by the clinical triad of granulomatous recurrent uveitis, dermatitis, and symmetric arthritis. The gene responsible for BS has been identified in the caspase recruitment domain gene CARD15/NOD2. In Read More …>>

What are the first signs of gangrene?

What are the first signs of gangrene?

What are the first signs of gangrene?/Wet Gangrene is characterized by thriving bacteria and has a poor prognosis (compared to dry gangrene) due to sepsis resulting from the free communication between infected fluid and circulatory fluid. In wet gangrene, the Read More …>>

Diet, Exercise, and Lifestyle For Penis Enlargement

Diet, Exercise, and Lifestyle For Penis Enlargement

Diet, Exercise, and Lifestyle For Penis Enlargement/Penis Enlargement or male enhancement is any technique aimed to increase the size of a human penis? Some methods aim to increase total length, others the shaft’s girth, and yet others the glans size. Techniques include surgery, supplements, Read More …>>

Dangerous Heart Rate Fast Beats, Slow Beats

Dangerous Heart Rate Fast Beats, Slow Beats/Tachycardia conventionally but arbitrarily defined as an atrial and/or ventricular rate of >100 beats per minute, is encountered commonly and can be physiological or pathological in origin. Various adverse consequences from tachycardia have been Read More …>>

How To Stop Heart Palpitations By Exercise

How To Stop Heart Palpitations By Exercise

How To Stop Heart Palpitations By Exercise/Tachycardia conventionally but arbitrarily defined as an atrial and/or ventricular rate of >100 beats per minute, is encountered commonly and can be physiological or pathological in origin. Various adverse consequences from tachycardia have been Read More …>>