Treat Blisters on Feet

How To : Treat and manage foot blisters

Everyone has experience foot blisters at one point in their life, whether it be from new shows or something other abrasive material. Prevent and treat blister wounds in a few simple steps. Watch this diet and health how to video to learn how to treat sports injuries. Take Act ...more

How To : Treat blisters

If you’re a dancer, athlete or just breaking in a new pair of shoes you know that blister can add pain and discomfort long after they’re formed. By keeping a blister sterile and away from further friction you can get your blister to heal quickly. Blisters are painful and irri ...more

How To : Train your dog to perform the "cop-cop" trick

In this Pets & Animals video tutorial you will learn how to train your dog to perform the "cop-cop" trick. In this trick the dog learns to put its feet on your feet. Step 1 – teach the dog to target a book or a mat with their feet by offering them some treat. You can do this ...more

How To : Treat athlete's foot with vinegar and Listerine

Red, itchy, scaly, and cracking feet can only mean one thing, athlete's foot. Watch this how to video and learn how to treat athlete's with a simple home remedy from Pharmacologist Joe Graedon. He shows you over the counter products that you can buy and how to use a solution o ...more

How To : Diagnose and treat athlete's foot

If you spend a lot of time with your feet crammed into sweaty trainers, then you might be familiar with Athlete’s Foot. In this exclusive guide, Dr Harper discusses the symptoms of this common fungal infection of the skin on the feet, and how it is spread. She also advises on ...more

How To : Carry duct tape while on the trail

Russell Weekend Adventurer explains how he carries duct tape on the trail while hiking to fix little unwanted problems like tears and such. This how-to video is good whether you plan to live in the wilderness, camp overnight, or take day trips. Why put duct tape on your water ...more

How To : Cure nail fungus

Whether you're hanging out at the beach, laying by the pool, or walking around in sandals, having nail fungus is not the most attractive thing to flaunt. Are you embarrassed to go barefoot or without nail polish? You can eradicate nail fungus using this straight and easy-to-f ...more

How To : Treat sprained ankle sports injuries

The more you move and exercise, the more you put yourself at risk for getting injured. And if you're a runner or athelete who's on your feet a lot, you've probably had a sprained ankle or two. Treat this common and really sucky injury by checking out this video. You'll learn ...more

How To : Walk in high heels with some tips

Fashion Demonstrator offers a short tutorial on how to prepare your self for a night out in high heels. First you start by wearing a pair of heels all day around the house, higher then ones you intend to wear later. This is to get your feet used to the feel and your self used ...more

How To : Properly Measure Feet for Custom-Made Shoes

Getting a professional to properly measure your feet is typically part of the bespoke footwear buying experience. If you are buying shoes or boots online, however, you will need to take accurate measurements of your own feet with the help of a friend to ensure a proper fit. H ...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

How To : Give a pedicure

In this video series, learn how to treat your feet with the care that they deserve, even if you’re the only one who ever sees them. Our expert will teach you how to give a professional pedicure, with tips on what equipment and tools you will need, how to clip and file toenails ...more

How To : Make an easy foot spa

This instructional video will teall you how to make an easy foot bath for home that will keep your feet feeling soft and relaxed. This near-spa treatment is great after a day of hiking around in heels or a great treat during the winter. Your aching feet will thank you when you ...more

How To : 9 Home Remedies for Treating Common Feet Problems

Feet sore after a long day? Treat your feet to a DIY massage by rolling tennis balls under the soles of your feet for about ten to twenty minutes. If your feet are still feeling beat (and smell a little bad), you can also indulge your feet in a foot soak using common household ...more

How To : Last All Day Long in Uncomfortable Shoes

We've all been there: slipping on a pair of perfect yet slightly uncomfortable shoes, hoping they'll stretch to fit perfectly. After about 30 minutes of wear, suddenly those fantastic shoes aren't feeling very great. By the end of the day, your poor feet are covered in throbbi ...more

How To : Help foot and leg cramps and insomnia

Robert Jackson shows how to deal help treat foot and leg cramps as well as fighting insomnia. Easy-to-understand tips are greatly explained by Robert Jackson in the video. He also demonstrates different sleeping positions.

How To : Care for a pet guinea pig

Guinea pigs often squeak with joy when their owners enter a room. How can you resist such welcoming pets? You Will Need * A companion guinea pig or two * A guinea pig pen that’s at least 4 square feet in size * Newspaper & bedding, such as aspen shavings, shredded paper, or ...more

How To : Walk on non-Newtonian fluid

You may remember the recipe for a basic non-Newtonian fluid from grade school science experiments (one part water to one and one third part corn flour or cornstarch), but those trials probably stopped at squeezing the mixture in your hands. While a regular fluid's viscosity wo ...more

How To : Teach a pet rat to retrieve and drop a ball

This trick is much harder to teach than the ones previously done a video for (spinning and walking on back legs), so apologies that the video is so long but it needs to be. You will need a lot of patience for this and may need to spend many training sessions on each step befor ...more

How To : Show simple first aid knowledge as a Boy Scout

Tenderfoot is the first rank earned as a Boy Scout. The requirements of becoming a Tenderfoot provide basic skills to begin preparing the scout for higher adventure outings. Earning badges and receiving recognition can be very satisfying to boys. However, keep in mind that the ...more

How To : Build deck stairs with This Old House

Watch this video from This Old House to learn how to make deck stairs. Steps: 1 Determine the width of each stair tread. 2 Use 4-foot level and tape measure to find the total rise of the staircase. 3 Divide total rise by number of steps to find height of each riser. 4 Set fra ...more

How To : Build wooden landscape steps with This Old House

Watch this video from This Old House to learn how to install landscape steps. Steps: 1 Drive 1x2 stake into ground, then use straightedge and level to find height of top step; mark height on stake. 2 Use level to find height of grade at bottom; mark height on stake. 3 Measure ...more

How To : Bizarrely merge photos in Photoshop

Pixel Perfect is the "perfect" show to help you with your Photoshop skills. Be amazed and learn as master digital artist Bert Monroy takes a stylus and a digital pad and treats it as Monet and Picasso do with oil and canvas. Learn the tips and tricks you need to whip those dig ...more

How To : Use the recovery position (British Red Cross)

People may collapse unexpectedly for a number of reasons, and people who faint periodically, or those who suffer frequent seizures or from epilepsy need help from others, so it's important that everyone know the proper first aid procedure for saving a collapsed victim casualty ...more

How To : Perform First Aid on 1st, 2nd and 3rd Degree Burns

What is a burn? It's a form of injury to body tissues which is caused by heat, corrosive substances or friction. There is another form of burn, which is known as scald; it results from exposure to hot water or steam. There are three degrees of burns, explained below. First d ...more

How To : Perform First Aid on 1st, 2nd and 3rd Degree Burns

What is a burn? It's a form of injury to body tissues which is caused by heat, corrosive substances or friction. There is another form of burn, which is known as scald; it results from exposure to hot water or steam. There are three degrees of burns, explained below. First d ...more

How To : Easily tape an ankle

This video shows how to wrap an ankle with athletic tape. First he sprays a little spray adhesive on the ankle and sticks a couple thin pads on places that are prone to blistering. He then wraps the foot and entire ankle with a prewrap to protect the skin and cover the hair so ...more

HowTo : Peepshi = Peeps Sushi

Go outside the box this Easter with Serious Eats' recipe for Peepshi, faux sushi made with peeps. You Will Need: A sharp knife Peeps: 6 Peeps per roll, 1 Peep per handroll, 1 Peep per nigiri 1 box of Rice Krispies Treats 1 box of Fruit by the Foot Substitute Seaweed for Ric ...more

How To : Treat heel spurs in sports medicine

Heel spurs are a very painful condition of the foot and occurs over time. Heel spurs often feel like you are walking on a pebble. Deal with the nagging heel spur injury with stretching, foot care and other methods. Learn how to treat sports injuries in this video on health and ...more

How To : Treat poison ivy, oak, and sumac with jewel weed

Jewel weed is found in swamps lakes and wet places. This how-to video demonstrates using the jewel weed stems on the infected area until the bumps or blisters break open. Jewel weed has a chemical that neutralizes poison ivy, oak, or sumac oil, so it's okay to scratch with Jew ...more

How To : Do this quick foot experiment to trick your brain

This week's experiment has made the rounds through the Internet as a strange trick, but there is science here too. We are going to use the science of complex systems to confuse your body. To try this, you will need: your hands and feet Lift your right foot about 6 inches off ...more

How To : Prevent and treat ingrown toenails

Ingrown toenails happen when the nails on your toes grow in the wrong direction and dig into the surrounding skin. Follow a few easy steps to treat this painful condition, and prevent it from happening again. You Will Need * Well-fitting shoes * A nail trimmer * A nail file * ...more

How To : Diagnose and treat bunions

A bunion is a common and treatable foot deformity. It can be inherited or it can occur as a result of repeated stress to the medial first metatarsal phalangeal joint. Watch this video to get tips on relieving bunion pain and treat severe cases.

How To : Fit boots for hiking

Learn how to buy a pair of hiking boots, and what you can do to prevent blisters, sore arches, even chronic foot problems in 6 easy steps. Backpacker magazine editors Jason Stevenson and Jackie Ney show you how. Learn more from Backpacker's Gear School in the March 2007 Gear G ...more

Shortcut : 5 Secret Body Tricks

Body hacks. So simple, so ingenious. They're the shortcuts in life. We love them, the internet loves them. Back in 2008, somebody named Alicia Goh wrote a friendster blog post that has been passed along far and wide. Her tricks of the body include quick solutions for an itchy ...more

How To : Get rid of cold sores

Looking to get rid of that cold sore once and for all? Blisters on your mouth can be embarrassing, but you can get rid of cold sores quickly with these remedies. You Will Need: • Ointment • A washcloth • Antibacterial soap • Petroleum jelly • A toothbrush • Toothpaste ...more

How To : Make an origami 3D penguin by Kawamura Akira

Our little sister nearly burst our eardrum when she squeled in glee at seeing cute as a button baby penguins tap dance and jive in the movie "Happy Feet." Baby penguins, being rather spherical in shape and super fuzzy, often become a little girl's favorite animal, and it's eas ...more

How To : De-stress with self massages

Every day matters can really stress our bodies. Rub stress away with a self massage. Watch and learn how to treat yourself with the self massage tips in this medical how-to video. Take Action Try compression strokes up & down the arm Roll one forearm over arms & thighs Press ...more

HowTo : Roast a Pig on a Spit

Why settle on just pork chops or ribs when you can string up the entire pig? Serious Eats posts an great slide show on roasting a whole pig, from materials to the process to the perfect pig roastin' sauce. Warnings PETA members should probably exit this page right about now. ...more

How To : Treat a child's cut, scrape, or bruise

Kids will be kids, which means they'll always be getting into trouble and they'll always be getting hurt. But that's just a part of growing up. Don't worry about preventing these mishaps, just be prepared for when they happen. Children are so active that there’s always a chanc ...more

How To : Treat a mosquito bite

Don't let the fear of those red, itchy mosquito bites keep you from enjoying the outdoors this summer. Even if your mosquito repellant doesn't work and you end up getting bitten there are some easy household items that will alleviate any discomfort. Mosquito bites are very co ...more

How To : Properly tape an ankle

In this how-to video, you will learn how to properly tape an ankle. This is important if you have trouble with your ankle turning. First, spray some pre-tape on the foot. Put on some Pro Wrap so that the tape does not tear the hair on your legs. Put some heel and lace pads on ...more

How To : Ride a horse if you're a beginner

In this video from jumper881 we learn how to ride a horse for beginners. First mount the horse by putting your left foot into the left stirrup. Then grab onto the saddle and pull yourself up. Then hold your reigns with your pinky on the outside and your ring finger on the othe ...more

How To : Grow watermelon

Watermelon is not only a refreshing treat but is full of nutrients and energy. Prepare for a summer you will never forget by starting a watermelon patch today. From seeding to watching your plants grow, this is a fun project for the whole family. If you love to bury your face ...more

How To : Take care of leather hiking boots

Wade Bourne of MyOutdoorTV.com shows you how important it is to take care of leather hiking boots. Leather boots are expensive, and they should be treated like an investment. This means giving them proper care to extend their life and receive the greatest use and value for yo ...more

How To : Protect your garden from the elements and animals

When protecting your garden, you can stay green with some environmentally sound solutions. You Will Need * 1 A tape measure * 2 Two lightweight polyester row covers * Work clothes * 1 Safety glasses * Garden gloves * 8 oz. 8 oz. Bt powder * Distilled water * 1 A spray bottle * ...more

How To : Prevent swimmer's ear

Watch this video tutorial to learn how to prevent swimmer's ear. Don't let this painful infection of the ear canal keep you out of the water! A few simple precautions can combat the excessive moisture that causes bacteria to fester. You Will Need * Ear drops * A towel or a b ...more

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