In this video, we learn how to stretch your ear cartilage. The cartilage on the ear can be stretched just like the lobe, but it's a lot harder. When you do this, you will first need to think about how to do it. The first way is to slide a taper through and then plug it. This is a good option but it will take a really long time to stretch it out. If you go fast, you will get a lot of scar tissue. You can also use a punch that will punch a larger hole, just make sure to take care of it!
In this tutorial, we learn how to pierce your cartilage. To do this, you will need: gold/silver earring, alcohol, and paper towels. To start, you want to mark the spot that you want to pierce, then clean your needle and the area with rubbing alcohol. Now, pierce the needle through the area you want it to be. Keep pushing the needle through until you get to the other side, then replace the area with the jewelry as you go. You will pass several different layers of skin and cartilage, so be prep...
Prepare your eating area if you're eating crab at home. Lay newspaper or butcher paper on the table to collect juices. Decide if you're going to eat the crab as you crack it or collect all of the meat on a plate before you eat it.
Osteoarthritis can affect every gender and at any age but it commonly occurs in women than in men. In America there are approximately 27 million Americans aged over 25 who live with osteoarthritis.
Learn to make a tasty, elegant crab salad dish that's as easy as it is delicious! Add about 8 ounces of backfin cooked crab meat with any bones or cartilage removed to a large bowl. Measure 2-3 heaped tablespoons of light mayonnaise and toss gently with crab meat. Chop about 1/4 cup of celery and add to mixture, toss. At this point, you could also add onions, peas, or other ingredients. Mix in 2 teaspoons of chopped capers. Cover mixture and let sit in refrigerator for at least an hour to all...
Most won't know what the acronym HEENT stand for, but if you're a medical student, doctor or nurse, you know that it stand for head, ears, eyes, nose and throat. To perform a HEENT examination properly, you must know all the steps and techniques to diagnose your patient. This video lesson will outline the examination procedure, from start to finish, and shows you general palpation techniques and examining the temporomandibular joint, superficial lymph nodes, thyroid gland, eyes, ears, nose, m...
Commemorate the worst president in history by drawing his face to a lifelike representation and then having a dart throwing contest with your homeboys at the bar! This drawing tutorial, which teaches you how to sketch the face of George W. Bush, or W, is an excellent way to hone your targeting and aiming skills.
For many of you, the carving fork only comes out at Thanksgiving as an essential turkey-slicing aid. Perhaps you pull it out of the knife block to slice up the occasional roast. But the carving fork (also known as kitchen fork) can be used for many more tasks around the kitchen, and some of the more unusual involve your favorite shellfish.
As if the swollen, painful joints of rheumatoid arthritis weren't enough, the disease is the result of our immune system turning against cells of our own body. Ever since this realization, scientists have worked to find the trigger that sets the immune system off. Scientists believe that gut bacteria may have a role in initiating the abnormal immune response. Now, a team of researchers from Boston has figured out how that might occur.
This video shows you how to section an orange. For this you will need the following: an orange, a sharp knife, a bowl, and a pairing knife. To get started, cut off the top and the bottom of the orange with a really sharp knife. This will give you a flat surface. Cut away the hull of the orange with a pairing knife. Simply, work your way around the orange with your knife.
When roast chicken is concerned, perfection is hard to attain. The reason for this is surprisingly simple: the light meat and the dark meat should be cooked to different temperatures. Ideally, chicken legs should be cooked to at least 170°F, while breasts should be cooked to 150°F. Naturally, this poses a conundrum: how can you cook two parts of the chicken to two different temperatures, without taking the bird apart?
For about a million Americans each year, a joint replacement brings relief from pain and restored mobility. But, 5–10% of those people have to endure another surgery within seven years, and most of those are due to an infection in their new joint. If doctors could treat infections more effectively, patients could avoid a second surgery, more pain, and another rehabilitation.
Biting into a perfectly ripened piece of fruit is enough to convince you to give up baked goods and plant your own garden. The combination of flavor, juice, and sweetness in a ripe mango, apple, plum, or berry is the stuff of life itself.
News: Microsoft's Alex Kipman Confirms HoloLens Consumer AR Smartglasses Being Developed & Describes How It Can Happen
The story of the HoloLens has been a mix of work and play. But while many developers have devoted time to creating gaming and entertainment apps for the HoloLens 1, with the HoloLens 2, Microsoft has been encouraging everyone to focus more on the enterprise side of things.
osteoarthritis affect millions around the world and it cause severe pain with motion especially in knee joint. This disease occur due to degeneration in the cartilage discs within the joint. British surgeon find a way to cover these damaged discs with stem cells which will repair the damaged surfaces.
One great, award winning How-to. Produced 20 year ago. You might have observed that on Sundays we tend to slow down the pace. Which is to say that we enjoy offering a leisurely How-to on the Lord's holy day. Be patient, Tonto: the subtitling is primitive: and the running time is as long as it needs to be: and yes, it was produced before the frenetic era of the internet.
We manage to eat everything from a pig's body, even if you aren't aware of it. For example, jello is made from the collagen of pig (sometimes cow) bones, hooves and connective tissue. But what about pig tails?
Jennifer Hopkins. She's a swimmer, a cycling master and a superstar runner— she's an Ironwoman. She's also a victim of multiple sclerosis, lupus and myasthenia gravis, three rare autoimmune diseases that would ruin the best of us.
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