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Lung Cancer: Types, Causes & Symptoms

Raina Rahul Agarwal 14 Mar, 2023 Uncategorized No Comments
Lung Cancer

Introduction Lung cancer has been the second most common cancer. It accounts for one out of five malignancies in men and one out of nine in women. Unfortunately in recent years, the incidence of lung cancer has been steadily decreasing while the incidence of lung…Read more

Air Pollution: Impact On Respiratory Disease

Raina Rahul Agarwal 24 Feb, 2023 Health & Fitness No Comments
Air Pollution

Introduction Air pollution has been a global health threat because millions of deaths occur due to air pollution every year. According to WHO in 2016 4.2 million deaths occurred due to air pollution. Air pollution is emerging as a critical concern in human health because…Read more

Glycolysis: Phases Of Glycolysis

Raina Rahul Agarwal 23 Feb, 2023 Uncategorized No Comments
Glycolysis

Introduction Glycolysis is a metabolic pathway and foundation for both aerobic and anaerobic cellular respiration It has evolved in all types of organisms. The scheme of glycolysis was given by Gustav Embden, Otto Meyerhof, and J.Parnas, and is often to referred as the (EMP) Embden-Meyerhof…Read more

Prokaryotes : Multiple Choice Questions

Raina Rahul Agarwal 13 Feb, 2023 Education No Comments
Prokaryotes Vs Eukaryotes

Multiple Choice Questions Que:1 Prokaryotes are classified into which two types of domain? 1. Bacteria and Eukarya 2. Archaea and Monera 3. Eukarya and Monera 4.Bacteria and Protista 5. Bacteria and Archaea Que: 2 What is the primary distinguishing characteristic of fungi? 1. Being sedentary…Read more

Diabetes : Relationship With High Cholesterol

Raina Rahul Agarwal 10 Feb, 2023 Health & Fitness 2 Comments
Diabetes relationship with high cholesterol

Introduction Diabetes is rapidly increasing among people and has been dangerous for developing cardiovascular disease in diabetic patients. An important factor between Diabetes and cardiovascular disease is” Diabetes Dyslipidemia”. Diabetes Dyslipidemia is the major risk factor for cardiovascular disease in diabetic patients. In diabetic dyslipidemia…Read more

Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes :Difference between Prokaryotes & Eukaryotes

Raina Rahul Agarwal 6 Feb, 2023 Education No Comments

“Prokaryotes and Eukaryotes are the essential living organism on earth. Prokaryotes are single-celled organisms while Eukaryotes are multicellular organisms. Eukaryotes are made up of cells that have a nucleus.¬† These differences allow eukaryotes to carry out complex processes e.g photosynthesis and digestion.” In this post,…Read more

White Bread: Is It Unhealthy For Human?

Raina Rahul Agarwal 19 Jan, 2023 Uncategorized 6 Comments
White Bread

Introduction White Bread is manufactured with wheat flour from which the bran and germ are removed through the milling process, and only endosperm remains. Wheat contains three parts: bran(10-14%), germs (2.5-3.0%) and endosperm (80-85 %). When it goes through this process beneficial nutrients get rid…Read more

Cardiac Cycle: Phases of The Cardic Cycle

Raina Rahul Agarwal 16 Jan, 2023 Uncategorized No Comments
Cardiac Cycle

“The Cardiac cycle includes all physiological events associated with the single heartbeat including electrical events, mechanical events( pressure and volume) and heart sounds.”In the cardiac cycle the period of time begins with contraction of atria and ends¬† with ventricular relaxation. What Is Cardiac Cycle The…Read more

Overhydration: Link Between Blood Pressure

Raina Rahul Agarwal 12 Jan, 2023 Health & Fitness No Comments
Overhydration

Introduction Water is essential for our life, it is an important liquid for our survival. Water is a substance that only provides benefits to our body because it is sugar-free and calorie-free so it provides a range of benefits to our body. We all need…Read more

Heart: Multiple Choice Questions

Raina Rahul Agarwal 9 Jan, 2023 Education No Comments

Multiple Choice Questions Que: 1 In mammals’ hearts, the bicuspid valve is situated between? a)Left auricle and Left ventricle b)Post Caval and Right Caval c)Right Auricle and Left auricle d)Right Ventricle and pulmonary aorta Ans: A Que: 2 Which valve is present between the left…Read more