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How To : Diagnose and treat a Bennett's fracture

Bennett's fracture takes place at the base of the thumb. It typically occurs when an individual falls on an outstretch hand. The force is directed this way; the fracture occurs here. Learn how to diagnose and treat a Bennett's fracture in this medical how-to video. Take Actio ...more

How To : Diagnose and treat a dislocated shoulder

A dislocated shoulder involves movement of the ball of the humerus away from the ball and socket joint. Ninety-five percent of the time, it will come out anteriorly when an individual's arm is forcefully pushed backwards and rotated in such a way that the ligaments in the fron ...more

How To : Raise a smart child

How do you raise a smart child? This video answers that question. If you want your child to be as smart as Albert Einstein when he grows up, then you have to start with the basics. Hugging and playing with your child is important. So are talking, listening, and reading to your ...more

How To : Treat athlete's foot

Sweating or leaving your feet damp after showers can lead to athlete's foot, a skin rash that targets damp, covered areas. Learn about treating athlete's foot from a doctor in this medical how-to video. Take Action Dry feet after a shower Keep feet dry Use Lamisil® About thi ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 2

If you've already read the first part exploring what geniuses actually eat as opposed to what the rest of us are told to eat for brain health, you've noticed that there are some big discrepancies. Instead of favoring healthy, wholesome foods high in antioxidants, lots of high- ...more

Real Brain Food : What Geniuses Actually Eat, Part 1

It's common knowledge that certain foods foster brain development, health, and memory. Fish almost always makes the list, as do any foods that are loaded with antioxidants like blueberries, nuts, whole grains, green tea, and dark chocolate. Spices like turmeric are being studi ...more

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