Pompe disease – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Pompe disease, also called glycogen storage disease type II, is a genetically inherited condition caused by insufficient functioning of an enzyme called lysosomal acid alpha-1,4-glucosidase, or just acid alpha-glucosidase, due to a mutation of the GAA gene. It’s named after the Dutch pathologist, Dr. J.C. Pompe, who first described it in 1932. Glucose is used…

Quick Exercises to Do Before Bed | Fitness

I’ve got three different exercises to help you wind down and relax just before you go to bed. [MUSIC] First exercise. You’re going to go ahead and lie all the way down on your back. You’re going to come into what’s called a reclining pigeon. So I’m going to go ahead and bring one leg…

Goddess Pose – Foundations of Yoga

– What’s up, everyone. Welcome to Yoga with Adriene. I’m Adriene. Today, on the Foundations of Yoga series, we have goddess pose, or god pose, or, why can’t it just be goddess pose and the guys definitely do the goddess pose? I mean, it’s 2015. You know? We can all tap into our inner goddess.…

What is viral gastroenteritis? | Gastrointestinal system diseases | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] Gastroenteritis is often referred to as the stomach virus. If you’ve ever had the stomach virus, then you’ll probably know some of the symptoms associated with it. These include diarrhea, vomiting and nausea, and dehydration. What exactly is causing all these symptoms? I think the word stomach virus can give us a good…

Another lip plumping trick (exercise)

Leda Lum’s apothecary and i wanted to show you some other tricks that i discovered with my little lip plumper for plumping lips. now i have a video about the suction that you can do, like this. which basically pulls the fluid to your mouth, and yea bruising can totally can happen and some people…

Why some people find exercise harder than others | Emily Balcetis | TEDxNewYork

Translator: Joseph Geni Reviewer: Ivana Korom Vision is the most important and prioritized sense that we have. We are constantly looking at the world around us, and quickly we identify and make sense of what it is that we see. Let’s just start with an example of that very fact. I’m going to show you…

What is shock? | Circulatory System and Disease | NCLEX-RN | Khan Academy

– [Voiceover] I’m sure most of us have seen those medical shows or those medical movies where a patient is hauled into the operating room or is in the emergency department, and the physician is furiously working on them, while somebody on the medical team is screaming, “Doctor, the patient is in shock!” Everybody continues…

Kawasaki Disease: A Parents Guide

My name is Karie Rego and this is my daughter, Marina, who was diagnosed with Kawasaki Disease, or KD, when she was almost 4 years old. When Marina was diagnosed, I had many questions about her treatment and the potential damage from the disease. Working together with the KD Foundation, we developed this presentation in…

Herpes (oral & genital) – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Most of the time, when herpes simplex virus or HSV infects a person, there are no symptoms. In fact, it also usually moves from one person to another in the absence of symptoms, so it can therefore it can move through a population silently. Once in a while, though, it can cause symptoms, and typically…

Tay-Sachs disease – causes, symptoms, diagnosis, treatment, pathology

Tay-Sachs disease, or TSD for short, is a lysosomal storage disorder caused by a mutation in a gene on chromosome 15, which codes for a lysosomal enzyme called beta-hexosaminidase A, or HEX-A for short. This enzyme normally breaks down a lipid called GM2 ganglioside. GM2 is found mainly in neurons, so without HEX-A, it accumulates…