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News: Virtual Reality, Coming to a Dentist's Office Near You

I don't know anyone that likes going to the dentist—few things are more uncomfortable than having someone else's hands in your mouth. But outside of that, not only can the pain of certain procedures be unnerving, the drugs used to numb those pains can be just as uncomfortable. Not being able to feel your mouth for hours on end is a disconcerting feeling. But all that could soon be a thing of the past, thanks to virtual reality.

How To: Make healthy Halloween apple snacks with Nutella

It's nearly impossible to survive Halloween without gorging yourself out on hordes of cavity-inducing candy, chocolate, cake, and other sweets. That being said, your little kid is probably getting enough sugar from trick-or-treating and school parties as it is, so keep him from a grim dentist's visit by adding some healthy treats to the mix.

How To: Stay healthy as a pipe smoker

A pipe smoker, PipefriendCHS, shares some interesting pointers in staying healthy while continuing to pipe smoke. Stop pipe smoking if that is an option. Go to a dentist four (4) times a year and explicitly ask to check for oral cancer. Also tell your dentist that you are a pipe smoker. Less inhaling of pipe smoke also helps to reduce lung cancer. Get a lot of anti-oxidants from vitamins, vegetables and fruits to counter free radicals you get from pipe smoking. Integrate exercise as an overal...

How To: Get thinner thighs with an easy at home workout

The host of the video, Sara is joined by Stephen. Sara introduces Stephen, and how he has come up with a leg work out you can easily do at home, with just a chair. First off they start off with a lateral step up. With this you will be able to work the inner and outer thighs. With the chair in position, Stephen instructs Sara to put her left foot on the chair, right foot on the floor. Pushing, off with her left foot, she is completely raised, in a standing position on the chair, pulling her ri...

How To: Put in temporary tooth cavity fillings yourself at home

Cavities are an unfortunate sideeffect of our sugar-infused society, and getting them filled is time-consuming, expensive, and requires a trip to the dentist. Do you have some serious courage and want your dental work done on the cheap? Watch this video for an amazing guide to filling your own tooth cavity at home using simple and cheap ingredients. It's amazing what you can do with a little DIY know-how.

How To: Master 3D modeling in Maya by modeling a chair

Maya is the most powerful 3D modeling tool that most people are likely to have access to. This video will teach you some basic techniques for creating 3D models in the program by teaching you how to make a chair from scratch. It's not a very exciting chair, sure, but you have to start somewhere, and making a chair is a lot easier than making an orc, so get to practicing!

How To: Work around the scapula and give a good chair massage

Everyone loves a massage. In this tutorial, learn how to help someone relax after a long day at work. A good chair massage involves work that is mostly done along each side of the spine. Find out how to work around the scapula in a chair massage with help from Gretchen Rivas, a massage therapist and owner of Relax Wilmington in Wilmington, NC. Check out these great techniques from a professional salon in one of America's most beautiful cities.

How To: Construct a wooden Adirondack chair

In this video, we learn how to construct a wooden Adirondack chair. First, you will build the subframe followed by the back of the hair. After this, you will build the arms of the chair and connect all the different parts together. This is an easy and fun project to do, where you can enjoy your chair after you make it for many years to come. If you go to the website Lowe's Creative Ideas, you can get the blueprint on how to make this chair and what tools you will need to make it. When finishe...

How To: Choose accent & dining chairs

RSVPstyle This video teaches us to choose accent and dining chairs. All chairs look good from the front but not all chairs look good from the back. The first chair in the video is same at the front and back. This can be useful to put against the wall. The second chair has a definite pattern in the front but has a woven paneling at the back which is different from the front. The third chair in the video is completely different at the back. It has a beautiful design at the back. This is the cha...

How To: Photomatch a chair component in SketchUp 6

Alright MacGyver, for this week's assignment, you're going to need a picture of a chair, and SketchUp. And maybe some duct tape. We're going to show you how to use Photo Match to create a chair component from a digital image in this SketchUp software tutorial. It's one thing to use Photo Match in SketchUp to adjust perspective with buildings, but you can also use it to work with components, as you'll learn in this video.

How To: Do the "air chair" in breakdance

Have you mastered the beginning break dancing tricks and are looking for something a bit harder? Try the "air chair". To do the air chair in breakdance, you'll need to already know how to do a chair, because the air chair is an advanced version of the chair. Get the air chair down with help from an expert.

How To: Reupholster a drop-in chair seat

Are your chairs still covered in that faded and threadbare chintz your great-grandmama picked out in 1936? She'd be the first to tell you—it's time for an update, dearie. This tutorial teaches you how to re-upholster a chair. It is easier than you think to replace the upholstery on your chairs. Watch this how to video and you can quickly reupholster your chairs at home.

How To: Build a pipe organ chair

It's a chair. It's a musical instrument. Eureka! Techno-guru Brian of tech makeover show My Home 2.0 builds a pipe organ chair, a (very) old-school invention that you can play just by sitting down. Sit back and enjoy this silent movie DIY!

How To: Prepare raw food for your dog

Zephyr Clarke-Dolberg guides on how to prepare raw food for dogs in this video tutorial. This diet consists of bones and raw meat. You can use cheap cuts of meat to feed the dog, which includes meats like turkey necks. Nature never intended dogs to eat cooked food, so this raw diet keeps them much healthier and gives them higher energy. A raw diet also really helps their teeth, and can save you money at the dentist! One great meal for dogs is to feed them 2 lbs of raw turkey gizzards and one ...

How To: Do chair stand exercises for seniors

Chair stand exercises are good for seniors to build overall strength and can be done in their own homes. Learn how to do chair stand exercises for seniors in this strength training video. Take action: start out reclined, cross arms, exhale on the sit up, and move slowly. Tom Clifford, the instructor in this how-to video, has a degree in physical education, fitness and health from Eastern Michigan University, where he ran track and cross-country. Tom has worked as a personal trainer for two ye...

How To: Get a bigger butt using two chairs

In this tutorial, we learn how to get a bigger butt using two chairs. First, stand in between the two chairs and put your hands on the chair in front of you. After this, put your foot on the back chair and squat down, placing your back knee on the ground. Your other leg should be out in front of you. Do not let your knee go over your toes as you are squatting down. Go down as far as you can without your heels coming off of the ground. Do this right and you will get a bigger butt in no time an...

How To: Build chest muscles through chair push-ups

In this tutorial, we learn how to build chest muscles through chair push-ups. To begin, you will need to set up three chairs in a pyramid shape that will fit your body laying down. To begin, place both of your feet on one chair and then push each of your hands laying on a chair. After this, do as many push ups as you can. If you want a more challenging work out, you can wear a backpack that is filled with weights. You can also stay at the bottom for a couple seconds while you are doing the pu...

How To: Make a shopping cart chair with MAKE magazine

Kick back with John Park as he demonstrates how to upcycle a no-longer-usable shopping cart into an easy chair. This Make: magazine-based project offers an introductory look at how to cut, bend, and shape metal using metal cutters, saws, vice grips, and other tools common to home workshops. John also attempts a “deluxe” version of this project that employs motors and switches to transform it into a “go-kart chair.” View the clip to see his mixed results, and download the PDF.

How To: Do chair yoga

Chair yoga exercises are great for building muscles and increasing flexibility. Learn how to do a variety of chair yoga poses and exercises from a professional yoga instructor in this free fitness video series.

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