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Updated 14 February 2013

New research on pantothenic acid

Taking enough pantothenic acid can help reduce fatigue and depression, as well as help the skin heal and reduce scarring. Pantothenic acid helps stimulate the contraction of the bowels, which helps relieve constipation. Taking enough pantothenic acid can help ward off infections of the ear, nose and throat. The symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis can be reduced by taking a daily supplement of pantothenic acid, under the guidance of a doctor.

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Taking enough pantothenic acid can help reduce fatigue and depression, as well as help the skin heal and reduce scarring.

Pantothenic acid helps stimulate the contraction of the bowels, which helps relieve constipation.

Taking enough pantothenic acid can help ward off infections of the ear, nose and throat.

The symptoms of rheumatoid arthritis can be reduced by taking a daily supplement of pantothenic acid, under the guidance of a doctor.

 
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